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Rolls-Royce Ghost, Protected with Innovative Ceramic Technology

Rolls-Royce describes their luxury saloon model, Ghost with the short phrase: ‘Effortless elegance, a masterpiece of simplicity’. And this is one case where less really is more, depending of course, on your definition of ‘less’! If ‘less’ involves a 6.6 litre twin-turbo V12 engine delivering 570 bhp, then less is more. If a car weighing […]

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Gear Driven? Dual Action? Rotary? – RUPES Has It Covered

RUPES has been leading the way in machine polishing tool technology since its launch in 1951. Eleven years later, RUPES set a new standard bringing the first ever polymer-bodied TP/PC drill to the market. The plastic body made the tool significantly lighter, making it far easier for use over long periods of time, and the plastic […]

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1994 Porsche 928 GTS – A Modern Classic Restored

Impossible as it may be to believe now, during the 1960’s Porsche considered the 911 model to be coming to the end of its reign. Slow sales seemed to reinforce this idea, along with the rise in popularity of the luxury grand tourer. With this in mind, Porsche set their sights on a luxury grand […]

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Porsche 911 GT3 – Born In Flacht, Restored At Brands Hatch

Flacht – the home of Porsche Motorsport, the place where the racetrack meets the road to deliver cars that set pulses skyrocketing. The 911 GT3 is no exception as part of a 4 car line-up which includes the GT3 RS and 2 race cars (GT3 Cup and GT3 RSR). As such, the GT3 delivers the […]

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Ferrari 360 Spider – Pre-Sale Vehicle Preparation And Protection

For most people, when buying a Ferrari, they’re buying into an idea, a legacy. How that legacy is presented to them makes all the difference. If you are selling a Ferrari, the preparation and eventual cosmetic appearance are particularly important. A thoroughbred has to look the part, after all! So when a well-known independent Ferrari […]

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Lamborghini Huracan Causes A Storm At UF

Since its release, the Lamborghini Huracan has, as the name suggests, taken the supercar scene by storm! The name, Huracan, is derived from Taino, an Arawak language of the West Indies, which, when translated means ‘storm’. The Spanish modified the word to ‘hurakan’ which ultimately became ‘hurricane’ in English. Whichever language you prefer, the word […]

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Mercedes-AMG SLC 43 – High Performance Ceramic Protection

Mercedes has been rethinking model designations and in a midlife facelift exercise, has now replaced the SLK with the SLC. Along with the name change, out too, is the naturally-aspirated V8 engine found in the SLK55, replaced with a Biturbo-charged V6. Although Biturbo and twin-turbo both represent a dual turbo mechanism, the setup differs from […]

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UF Hosts Colourlock Leather Care & Repair Training Day

As a detailer, being able to restore paintwork is a vital skill. However, there is little point having the exterior of a vehicle in ‘as new’ condition if the interior leather is faded, cracking, ripped, torn or stained. Whilst modern automotive leather has been specifically treated to increase its longevity and to make it more durable, […]

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2017 Ford Mustang V8 – Born In Michigan, Protected At Brands Hatch

The original Ford Mustang shot to fame as Steve McQueen’s car in the 1968 classic cult movie, Bullitt. The modern version retains the ‘muscle car’ theme and slick fastback lines and with it, the undeniable ‘cool’ factor that only American muscle can deliver. In recognition of the upswing in overseas interest for the Mustang, Ford […]

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