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Cadillac XLR-V Series Forum Discussion, Please welcome me to the "V" club! in Cadillac V-Series Forums; Hello all, Two days ago I took home an XLR-V. Though not new, it still gave me that "kid inside ...
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    xlr0adster is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Please welcome me to the "V" club!

    Hello all,

    Two days ago I took home an XLR-V. Though not new, it still gave me that "kid inside me" feeling you get when taking something home.

    I put in a thread in the CTS forum contemplating a trade from my CTS to the XLR. But the gods above persuaded me to keep both. I remember falling in love with the car when I saw the original XLR in car magazines, circa 2003.

    I can't believe how rare the car is where I live. I've lived in Upstate NY for a year now and I have only seen three XLRs, no V's. Now I'm the proud owner of a V and there are kids who have taken pictures with their cameraphones when they see it. I guess it is truly a sight to see!

    I specifically requested the dealer not to have his guys detail the car prior to me picking it up, thank god they didn't install a front plate on the car, though it is required in this state!

    Needless to say, I need to give this car a good detail. I have used NXT on my other cars, but do you guys recommend anything else?

    Thanks in advance and I hope to be a part of future GTG's!

    Tony

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    harrower is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Please welcome me to the "V" club!

    Welcome to a great forum. The XLR's classic style and lines will never get old. NXT - Rejex - Zano are all polymers that protect well and easy to apply. Front plates should be placed in the trunk.

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    Dr. Design is offline Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
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    Re: Please welcome me to the "V" club!

    Congrats and welcome! Great car. What color did you get?

    Thanks,

    Dr. Design

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