R7B in the wild

Well look what the 1980s dragged in.

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It’s the working zombie remains of a Ryko R7B car wash.

It’s in service but I wouldn’t use it! The brushes are toast. If they lose too many filaments, the hard plastic c-channel strips and the metal rollers themselves will hit the car spinning. No thanks, my paint is already Hialeah enough as it is.

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I used to want to dye my hair this color, but I feared bleach damage would leave it looking exactly like this in the end.

Note: the fact that I’m posting this does not constitute any invitation to harass me for further information. It’s at 123 street and West Dixie in North Miami; use at your own risk. I won’t. It’s just too far gone. You know who you are, wankers.

5 thoughts on “R7B in the wild”

  1. this wash is located at silver star car wash in united states Miami and this wash has been replaced with something worse! this wash only drops 1 spec of soap every 2 seconds and the dryer sound is horrible but its ultra rare

  2. this wash is located at silver star car wash in united states Miami and this wash has been replaced with something worse! this wash only drops 1 spec of soap every 2 seconds and the dryer sound is horrible but its ultra rare

    1. ahhh yes, the “I’m running on completely worn out bearings and an out of balance impeller and constantly threatening to disintegrate into metal shrapnel and yack it all over your car” sound?

      (I have actually seen a Softgloss XS do that…)

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