I think I’ve mentioned sentences with more than one modifier a couple times recently. Here’s another one that puts them in the wrong order:
There was another in the service bay being outfitted for a customer that looked sweet.
Sweet-looking customer, eh? Here’s what looked so sweet:
The sentence should read, “There was another one that looked sweet in the bay being outfitted for a customer.”
Remember: Put things next to what they go with!