West Coast Challengers club members were treated to an exclusive car detailing seminar where club members learned the proper techniques in professional auto detailing, from products to processes to equipment, all to help keep our Dodge Challengers looking great.
Club members were first treated to a live demonstration by Jeff and Mark Magill from Beach Cities Paintless Dent Removal on how dents and door dings are removed using several of our club members’ cars as examples as the rest of the club members looked on in awe as the dings and dents almost magically disappeared before our very eyes. During the process, Jeff and Mark both explained to the club members exactly what Jeff was doing and why. Club members also interacted with the dent repair specialists by asking them questions during the process. Truly informative.
After watching a dozen dents and door dings being removed with precision, Jeff Jeppsen, the owner of Classy Cars Auto Detailing moved the club members inside for a raffle of more than a few hundred dollars worth of automotive detailing products and supplies. Many grateful club members walked away with literally buckets of car detailing products.
After the raffle, the club moved next door to participate in the car detailing portion of the event. Jeff, at Classy Cars Auto Detailing, had a test hood all set up in anticipation of our arrival and demonstrated on it the proper techniques in waxing and polishing a car, how to properly clay bar a car, which products work best and what supplies and equipment he prefers to use in his detailing business. With each step, he too explained what he was doing and why, and again club members were invited to interact with him during the process. Many club members walked away fully armed with information to properly detail their cars with precision for best results. The information we all learned won’t be soon forgotten.
The club truly appreciates both Classy Cars Auto Detailing and Beach Cities Paintless Dent Removal for setting aside the time for our club members and for their detailed and very well prepared presentations. Kudos to each company and their owners. Again, the club members won’t soon be forgetting the knowledge that was gleaned from the presentations.
After the seminar, club members caravanned to the Lazy Dog Cafe for lunch. The restaurant was well prepared for the arrival of our 20 or so hungry club members. The $330.00 bill the club rang up should be evidence of that. The food was great and the restaurant lived up to every expectation placed on it by the several club members who call it their favorite. It’s a club favorite as well now.
Pictures of the event can be found in our club photo gallery.