Ok, lets start with the color. It is parisian blue. I don't believe Caddy makes it anymore. The "car" has 116,000, but I just put a reman. engine in it and that only has 10,000. I used turtle wax, nothing special. Now onto the rims. For some reason they get brake dust dirty quick. When I obtained the car from dad, the rims looked "ok", but inside the squares were gross. I took each wheel off and brought it into the garage one at a time. I used "Never Dull" first, then some brake cleaner with a emory board which I used lightly to get the embetted brake dust loose. And last but not least alittle wax for the shine. All four wheels took about 5hrs total time. Taking them off the car sure beat breaking my back while they were on the car.
I can't take the credit alone for the way she looks, dad kept her up to snuff. I just keep the tradition rolling.
Thanks for all the nice comments.
Wow , I have the same car . This is the first time I have seen another the same color .I use Nu Finish on mine teice a year. I have the same problem with the brake dust , thanks for the tips .
If I knew how to get a picture on here I would .