Tag Archives: Aston Martin DB4

Kamikaze Collection Artificial Clearcoat – Finally, A Durable Solution For Ultra-Sensitive Paint Finishes?

Ceramic sealants are known for providing swirl resistance protection to automotive clearcoats and this is particularly useful for cars with sensitive finishes which mar easily. However, some clearcoats are so delicate they become blemished as the sealant is being applied. Japanese marques, particularly with dark coloured paintwork are notoriously difficult to refine and apply sealant […]

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Aston Martin DB4, Refining A Classic – Part Two

In February of 2014 UF wrote an article about Paintwork Correction work carried out on a show-stopping black Aston Martin DB4. After driving the car for many enjoyable miles, the owner decided he would visit world renowned Aston Martin heritage specialists R.S. Williams to discuss some very exciting upgrades.  Based in Cobham, Surrey, Richard Stewart Williams Limited was started by Richard Williams […]

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Aston Martin DB4 – Refining A Classic

Recently, UF carried out in-depth detailing treatments on a 1965 Aston Martin DB5, and a 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Mk II Volante. Both exceptionally beautiful cars, they were a real joy to work on. Following on from the success of these commissions, we were privileged to be invited to work on another timeless classic – a 1960 […]

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