Paint was pretty oxidized and faded. Some parts need a heavier compound, especially the front bumper Before pics in the shade Used Surf City Beyond Clay with a Porter Cable 7424XP buffer and orange CCS pads. The fox mustangs are notorious for the front bumper fading and the beyond clay was not aggressive enough to get all of the fading away, however for a noob I think it did a very good job, smoothed the paint as smooth as ive ever gotten it with a normal clay bar. Finished with their Shine On kit which includes the Nano Seal and Nano Shine glaze. I got 50% off their products through work so I thought I would give them a try and I am pleased. Paint is nearly 20 years old and the hood and maybe other panels has been poorly repainted sometime in the past. after I am wanting to go over the front bumper again and possibly the hood with something more aggressive but I am not sure what to use. Meguiars #9 and their ultimate compound is available locally but im not sure if that is enough. I hear good things about the Meguairs #105 but not sure. Any help is appreciated and thanks for looking I know it wont be perfect like a modern base/clear car but it is certainly better than before.