Elsa_jag wrote:Cleaning a car is often viewed as unnecessary when there are more urgent issues a foot.
I find its the best way to get know your new motor though. A thorough and detailed cleaning session, really gets you looking beyond the obvious and into the nitty gritty.
On the downside though, the 'to do' list grows more quickly if you look at the detail early on...
Pretty much that yes.
It took enough effort just to clean the visible places on this car (look at the first few pages!) Probably the dirtiest car I have bought. I was on a farm when I bought it, which likely explains the muddy arches.
As usual the manual cars always have a hard life.