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Duster. Not the kind with 4 wheels, although that would be cool.

Looking for a top notch duster for the trep, to get the dust off of it every few days, and at the meets, etc? Any recommendations?
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I've got one of the big original California ones...that thing rocks. It is a bit big for the smallest places on other cars...but goes most places in the interior and does a great job on the dash / seats / back window...etc.
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Duster. Not the kind with 4 wheels, although that would be cool.
I little off topic but Dusters are cool my parents had a '74 Duster with the 318. when I was growing up. it had the bucket seats and folding rear seat. back on topic I hear those California duster are good.
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I've got one of the big original California ones...that thing rocks. It is a bit big for the smallest places on other cars...but goes most places in the interior and does a great job on the dash / seats / back window...etc.
Like this?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/The-O...Q5fAccessories

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I little off topic but Dusters are cool my parents had a '74 Duster with the 318. when I was growing up. it had the bucket seats and folding rear seat. back on topic I hear those California duster are good.
They are. When I searched California Duster on ebay, this came up too:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Plymo...fCarsQ5fTrucks

Needs a little work though.
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California Duster.... They work great!!!
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yes california duster!!
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Two California Dusters, Big for the outside, mini for inside....
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Two California Dusters, Big for the outside, mini for inside....
Just found a kit on ebay that has both for $24.99. Ordering shortly.
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Im with those guys,, i have the big one and the small one,, thanks to my lovely wife,
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I've got one of the big original California ones...that thing rocks. It is a bit big for the smallest places on other cars...but goes most places in the interior and does a great job on the dash / seats / back window...etc.
X2 mine is close to 20 years old.....can't beat the original ...

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Well...i had to go take a look at it. Apparently I have an original California SUPER duster...

http://www.amazon.com/The-Original-C.../dp/B00008RW9W
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Just bought one myself, hope it works as well as it says. Got the combo set, my interior definitely needs a cleaning!
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Got it on the way, ordered the kit. Thanks for the suggestion!!
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Well...i had to go take a look at it. Apparently I have an original California SUPER duster...

http://www.amazon.com/The-Original-C.../dp/B00008RW9W
That's the exact one my father has. It works really great !!
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Just a tip: I use to detail cars at a dealership and a neat trick we used to clean vents and small cracks is to use a round paint brush, a little smaller than a quarter!
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