Tag Archives: Aston Martin DB5

Quite Simply The Most Famous Car In The World – Bar None

UF has been privileged to work on many beautiful cars, from modern day, heart-stopping performance vehicles right through to head-turning, show-stopping classics. A couple of firm favourites here at UF HQ include a Metallic green and a Silver Birch Aston Martin DB5, both owned by an avid classic car collector. Blog subscribers may remember the Full Paintwork Correction […]

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The All-New Classic Car TV Show Will Be Sure To Shine

Over the years there have been many TV shows devoted to the classic car. In the main these have been designed around the restoration aspect of the everyday classic such as the MG Midget, the VW Beetle or the E-Type Jaguar. Whilst entertaining and informative, for those of us who appreciate a classic car but […]

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1963 Aston Martin DB5 Detailing Perfection – Part Two

Last week we began the story of the full detail on this 1963 Aston Martin DB5. This week we continue the story with the machine polishing and protection. The paintwork was in relatively good condition and with the exterior trim removed to allow easier access to the bodywork it was time to begin machine polishing. […]

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1963 Aston Martin DB5 Detailing Perfection – Part One

The Aston Martin DB5 – the Grand Tourer designed by Aston Martin to supersede the shorter, smaller DB4. The DB5, (DB in honour of David Brown, owner of Aston Martin from 1947 – 1972) featured reclining seats, wool pile carpet and full leather trim all as standard – no wonder it was the car chosen […]

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Aston Martin DB5 – Full Paintwork Correction

Recently UF were graced with detailing a stunning Aston Martin DB6 MkII Volante. While it was truly a privilege to work on such a fine example, we had something brought in that is perhaps even more special – the Aston Martin DB5. This car is as legendary as it gets, and is almost certainly one […]

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