|In 1953, Studebaker had just introduced their “new American car with the European look”. Buick celebrated its 50th anniversary with the release of the 1953 Roadmaster, which was the first woody offered by an American company. Chevrolet’s vision of an American sports car was becoming reality as the first Corvette rolled off the assembly line. And a polisher company developed one of the finest polishers to ever hit the market, called the Cyclo.|
It seems like fate that the Cyclo was introduced the same year as so many classic cars, but the Cyclo was developed for aircraft. It’s still used by most major airline fleets in the world, including Air Force One. It took 20 years for the automotive world to take notice of the dual-headed machine, but it’s now the only approved polisher for all Ford, General Motors, Toyota, Lexus, Hyundai and Nissan dealerships in the U.S.
The Cyclo’s popularity is a direct result of its patented dual head design. Two orbiting heads produce any overlapping motion that is unlike any polisher on the market! This design provides a swirl-free, flawless polish every time.
The Cyclo outshines the competition! Get your hands on the only polisher approved for polishing Air Force One and most of the cars sold in the U.S.
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