Author Archives: Sarah Marsh-Collings

Ex-Works Ford Escort Twin Cam Mk1 – Prepared In Honour Of Jean Todt

The Ford Escort Twin Cam Mk1 is instantly one of the most recognisable cars, particularly for Blue Oval fans or followers of rallying. This particular 1968 Ex-Works Ford Escort Twin Cam Mk1, with the registration BEV 782G, has particular pedigree. Prepared at the Ford Performance Centre at Boreham Airfield for entry in the 1969 Monte […]

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Preserving The Appearance & Resale Value Of A Porsche Boxster Spyder

It’s an unfortunate fact that over time, new cars lose their ‘new’ look. General wear and tear, liquid spills in the interior, swirl marks on the paintwork, fading trim, pitted alloy rims, all build up to render a tired and dull looking appearance. It’s disappointing for the owner but more than that, this damage affects […]

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BMW 640d Gran Coupe Receives Ultra Protective Nano-Ceramic Coating

If you need a sensible car, but don’t want to relinquish the fun of driving, then the BMW 640d Gran Coupe is a great combination. Four-door saloon car styling means there’s plenty of room to strap three moderately-sized adults into the back seats and space for shopping (or golf clubs) in the boot. The cabin space […]

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1969 Aston Martin DBS Protected With Swissvax Best Of Show

The Aston Martin DBS is a grand tourer manufactured between 1967 and 1972. Originally intended as a successor to the DB6, both models ran concurrently for the first three years, during which time the DBS featured as George Lazenby’s 007 car in ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’. Featuring a straight six engine, the DBS was meant […]

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High-Density 3-Dimensional Protection For A Mercedes-Benz GLC

If you like your SUVs with plenty of comfort, power and handling around challenging roads, then the Mercedes GLC is an excellent choice! When one arrived at UF’s Brands Hatch based Detailing Studio for a New Car Protection treatment, it was interesting to have a look at the new offering from Mercedes, and it certainly didn’t disappoint. Plenty of road […]

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Porsche Boxster Spyder – Just For The Sport Of It

Porsche’s new Boxster Spyder recently made a visit to UF Detailing Studio for a New Car Protection Package. And it caused quite a stir! Lower than the GTS by 11mm, longer than the 981 by 10mm and with an aggressive-looking front end it was immediately clear that the distinctive design of the new Boxster Spyder […]

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Quantum Silver Aston Martin Virage Volante Has Its ‘Miyabi’ Restored

The Aston Martin Virage turns more than a few heads, in part, as would be expected from this luxury British brand, for its show-stealing looks. However, it’s the Virage’s performance capabilities that make it really stand out from the crowd. The 6-litre V12 engine is capable of catapulting the 1890kg car from 0-62mph in just 4.6 seconds […]

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Protecting The First Porsche Supercar Of The Modern Era

The Porsche 911 has a long and illustrious history since it launched in 1963. Manufactured by Porsche AG in Stuttgart, the basic concept of the 911 has proved a winning one and therefore remained largely the same: a sports car providing an exhilarating drive for those looking for excitement on or off the track. As […]

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Hydrocarbon Protection For A Biturbo Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG

The Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG manages successfully to combine a thrilling ride and confident handling with the sophisticated elegance required for long-distance comfort. The wonderfully racy noise from the 5.5 litre, V8 twin turbo engine sets ears ringing and pulses skipping, and with a 0-62mph performance around the 4.2-second mark, it’s hardly surprising that this model […]

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