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Old 08-21-2008, 05:48 AM   #1
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The car looks great. Good luck with the hypermiling techniques.
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Those lights look great... I've been tempted to getone of those headlight polishing kits for The Beast - after 10 years and over 150,000 miles they are kinda dull and white looking.

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Those lights look great... I've been tempted to getone of those headlight polishing kits for The Beast - after 10 years and over 150,000 miles they are kinda dull and white looking.

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What I found that worked really good when I had my '89 Dodge Caravan a few years back was some very fine steel wool, and then Brasso. Changed the headlights from foggy and yellow to dang near new looking! Wish I'd taken some pictures. Cost a lot less than $20. Also put out a tad bit more light.
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