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... head scratcher ~

waiting on the Mulberry trees to grow in, to shade the driveway, Id been meaning to roll the AW11 out of its stall, snap some fresh pics. Detailing the interior, odd thing happened. Anyone out there with a CV on biochemistry might be able to lend their thoughts, having minked the interior, suddenly, it smells like new.

Near as I can tell, whatever I did induced a chemical reaction, releasing scents long embedded or impounded from its interior vinyl or plastic substrates. After two months, it has yet to dissipate. That a mink oil could do this seems counter-intuitive, to me. After three decades, open the door, it smells like a brand new AW11.

I mean, brand spanking new - showroom floor.

Those out there with a garage kept AW11, with OEM interiors never Armoralled, mink your interior, I think you're in for a pleasant surprise -

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