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The weather was exceptionally nice here in Chicago, I'd figure it's about time I gave the G20 a wash. Enjoy the photos!

I used my Nikon D90 18-135mm CP Filter [quoted at 35mm equiv]

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72mm f/4.8 1/50s ISO400

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27mm f/3.5 1/40s ISO400

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27mm f/4.5 1/60s ISO1600

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33mm f/4.5 1/60s ISO1600

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27mm f/3.5 1/80s ISO1600

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51mm f/4.2 1/40s ISO1600

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I've updated the photos... they should work now. If the weather stays nice i'm thinking i ought to paint the valve cover.
 

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I've updated the photos... they should work now. If the weather stays nice i'm thinking i ought to paint the valve cover.
you can maybe do that on tuesday..

you should really have at least 65 degrees for the paint to adhere properly
 

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drop it like is hot! :smile:
 

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you should really have at least 65 degrees for the paint to adhere properly
Thanks for the tip Chris, I haven't really considered the temperature needed for the paint to cure. BTW: the wheel and tire set has been fantastic, again thanks for the hookup.

drop it like is hot! :smile:
I'd like to drop the car a few inches, but with only 74,000 on the ODO I can't really justify the cost right now. Maybe in a few years ill go for coilovers! Then again... perhaps Chicago winters aren't conducive to dropped cars...
 

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Beautiful time of day to shoot, the lighting is great.
Thanks, zac3ne2nr! Initially I wasn't planning on taking pictures, however after I washed the car I noticed how the sunset reflected off the deck in the first picture... I was loosing light quick, but i enough time to bring out the ladder for some different angles:teeth:

 
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