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Well I finally took the plunge to get my new (new to me but used) 09 Cts-V black on black with recaros and alcantra (which makes my hands smell weird but even weirder is that I'm ok with that).

That being said, it is an absolute BLAST to drive! However, she has 60k on the clock which is a bit high but was closest to me so I jumped on it. What would y'all suggest me to do for maintenance in order to ensure a long life as this is my dream car and I plan on keeping her forever?

I will post some pics when I get a chance but I just found this forum so its too dark to post any. I look forward to contributing and meeting this group. I'm over in Louisiana if there are any members here, let me know. Thanks!
 

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Welcome from Mooresville, NC. Where are you from, it looks like you didn't fill in your location?

Change ALL your fluids, buy some go fast parts and mod away!
 

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Just tell me how fast you wanna go, give me your credit card #, and if you don't wear the pants in your household, give me your office of work address for shipping! lol

Welcome to the club from KY bro
 

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Welcome from SoCal!
You can clean the steering wheel with a warm soapy rag.
You're probably smelling the previous owner's hand sweat, lol.
 
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Welcome from Ohio.
 

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Welcome from SoCal!
You can clean the steering wheel with a warm soapy rag.
You're probably smelling the previous owner's hand sweat, lol.
Bleh, nasty thought.

Didn't think to use a soapy rag. Will be doing this tomorrow though...
 
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