Best porter cable kit deal?

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  1. Mar 14, 2010 #1

    Ls1 SS

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    I have swirl marks all over my car from the original owner and little scratches here and there. I might pay for a full detail, but I figure buying a good porter cable kit would be a great long term investment, so I am wondering if anyone knows where to get a good deal on a quality porter cable kit?
     
  2. Mar 17, 2010 #2

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    Autogeek has full package deals. Everything you'll need.
     
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    Call Steve @ Showroom FX !
     
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    x2 Great guy, great service, and great products!
     
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    no love for detailersdomain? They have several kits with different levels of products.
     
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    Go for the PC7424XP! I finally got one this years and can't believe I have been polishing/waxing by hand all these years.... It is really simple to use and there are a ton of tutorials on youtube if your nervous.

    I ended up getting mine of E-bay... Not a ton cheaper but probably saved $15 of retail w/ free shipping.