First, a bit of my history with my '93. I bought it new in 93, and took very good care of it of course. About 2008 I gave it to my son, and it took a bit of a beating for several years, before being returned to me, which I put it in storage/limbo/my garage for 10 years. In the last year I have brought it back to life, seeking the former glory it once had. It failed, then passed the smog test with a little work (I have an automotive mechanical background). It is in pretty good shape but needs all the required cleaning and polishing that misuse, neglect and storage can instill. That is outside my forte. The question is, what have you used with success to revitalize the paint, plastics, interior, mag rims to a decent gleam. My quandary and original focus is the aluminum skin on the tailgate, that is oxidized and cloudy. It is a 'brushed' finish that I don't want to ruin with an aggressive polish. Same goes for the original alloy rims on it; dull and cloudy. The follow-up quest is cleaning the carpet to remove what seems to be light oil stains, e.g furniture polish oil and dirt. Restoration of such a great vehicle is a global reward. Thanks.