Well I know how to wash, but with the Vintage there's numerous obstacles, bags, spoke wheels, etc. what methods do U apply when cleaning your Vintage! Thanks!!!
Using kerosene to clean and shine a vehicle "works", but the smell takes some getting used to. Reminds me of friend from high school that bought a new 1965 Chevy II hardtop in Red. Instead of waxing the car, he would clean it with kerosene...I admit it really did make it shine. Here is the problem...his dates would refuse to ride in the car until the smell was gone! So, I guess there can be a degree of negative "social" impact by cleaning with kerosene...LOL!S100 is a great product but make sure you get it all off or I have found that it leaves a whit residue on the black cases. So, due to that, I go old school and have used white kerosene in a spray bottle. Spray it all over the engine, with a brush scrub where you can and use a rag elsewhere. Kero will take any grime and road tar off with no problem. I even use a little in my bucket of water. Just be careful not to put it on your brake calipers. The kerosene will leave a nice finish to the black on the cases as well as the paint. Before there was clear coat, pap would use kero to clean his cars. He said it protected them and lept the finish shiny, black especially. There will be a little smell just as if you used GUNK engine degreaser, but it goes away... Dawn dishwashing liquid is goo also...
I bought it from Motorcycle Parts, Motorcycle Accessories, Motorcycle Parts and Accessories at West End Motorsports.com... It's a generic cover but fits the stock Vintage seat nicely. I think it was about $35.Bluey
where did you buy your seat cover?
I bought it from Motorcycle Parts, Motorcycle Accessories, Motorcycle Parts and Accessories at West End Motorsports.com... It's a generic cover but fits the stock Vintage seat nicely. I think it was about $35.
The aluminium roller platform (to rotate the wheels) came off eBay in Australia... But I'm sure Dr Google will locate one in USA...
Look for cover, with negative results! What is it called exactly or link! Thanks! Bluey!