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Hazy, lazy, crazy wood trim
While singing the praises of the beloved 200Q,
Scott M. (email@example.com) comented:
> These cars had some problems with the wood dash clear coat getting
> cloudy over time, this was reportedly fixed on later 90 model 200TQ's
> (after 11/89 build date)
King Running-Iron immediately fell to his knees, wailing with a great sorrow
in his heart:
Ye' gods! The luscious Zebrano wood in my Coupe (7/89 build) has been
stricken by the haze of which you speak! The warm glow of nature that
adorns mein Fraulein is fading from my sight, and I fear the memory alone 'tis
too weak to sustain me! What dastardly fiends these gods be! I plead for
assistance from the great and powerful List. What toll will be exacted for my
dereliction? What behavior is best for cleaning/protecting my cherished
piece o' the rainforest? May the sprites of the Black Forest shine upon
you for your gracious charity!
Then Eric steps in:
Aw shucks... IOW, can I reverse the damage, or at least cease it's progression?
What do y'all use on this here stuff?
Can you tell it's been a slow work day?
'90 CQ 20V -- my "running-iron" ;^)