CAR influencer Bryce Cold has revealed footage of his 1971 Dodge Charger receiving its first pressure wash in over 20 years.
The classic vehicle’s rinsing was the first significant step of a full restoration project. Plastic Cup Mold
Bryce Cold previously posted a video of himself rescuing the 1971 Charger in a rare barn find.
Cold wrote: “It’s a huge project to take on considering how much metal work it’s going to need, but I’m very excited to start tearing into it!”
Cold sprayed his entire 1971 Charger with D-Germ disinfectant spray before grabbing a power washer.
The D-Germ spray was essential, given the vast amounts of moss and mold cleaned out of the car.
Thick layers of grime are seen clearing off the Charger’s exterior once the power washing begins.
One of the wash’s more fascinating segments occurred at 15:13 when dirt was shown pouring out of the driver’s door’s holes created by rust.
We then see an excellent contrast between the classic car’s clean left rear section and its uncleaned trunk at 17:33.
Cold didn’t stop at washing his Charger’s green paint.
This auto influencer spent ample time rinsing the front grille, which was invaded by mold and moss, before washing the car’s rear and interior.
While washing the vintage Charger, Cold said he vacuumed 15 lbs of “dirt, rust, debris and seeds” from rats living inside the vehicle.
The Dodge’s paint is expected to shine even more once Cold buffs and waxes the exterior.
A 1971 Dodge Charger holds an average $38,600 value when in Concours condition, Hagerty reports.
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