Hey Jacob, serious question. What wax are you using because your truck is so damn shiny, I cant stand it!
I will be honest. The perceived shine has a lot to do with the lighting in the photos, especially the use of reflected light off of buildings. But the truck actually has a pretty decent paint job and only 1 coat of Auto Glym Super Resin Polish, done outside in 60 degree weather. I have found this UK product to be the best polish available for "quick and easy" application, even in colder weather. I tend to use this on daily driver cars, as Zaino or something similar is so labor intensive and requires so many coats. So far, I have been very pleased with all the Auto Glym products, especially their leather balm and tire dressing.
The 2017 Z06 on the other hand was done by a local professional (RIBA Detailing) , as part of a paint correction process (orange peel removal).
I had him do a test section and did a before/after photo shoot, for submission to my GM dealer. They approved a warranty repair, farmed out to the local detailer. Their own body shop was afraid to tackle the job. After removing the peel, RIBA did a ceramic like finish which actually wasn't a true ceramic. He claims ceramics don't allow the paint to breathe. On the Z06, instead of Zaino, I intend to continue using the product he used which is a silicon dioxide formula called Essence Plus made by CarPro.
Did several posts (starting at post #30) on the other forum on the paint correction:
I guess GM was a little sensitive when I explained while submitting the photos that my wife's 2017 Ford Escape had a far better paint job than the Z06, which cost nearly 4 times as much. Approval for the paint correction took 4 hours. The Raptor paint job was also far better than the Z06. I should add that this Z06 was produced prior to the new paint line at the BG plant. Hopefully today's cars have much better paint quality.
Hope this helps.