Tag Archives: Swissvax

A Classic Mercedes-Benz 190 SL – The Hottest Ride In Town!

Marketed as a two-door super luxury roadster, 60 years after its release the Mercedes-Benz 190 SL is now regarded as a luxury classic. The monocoque shell with its flowing curves remains a thing of beauty, even more desirable now, in an age where angular lines and futuristic designs dominate. This 190 SL manufactured in 1960 […]

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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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Jensen Interceptor Mk 1 Made Ready For Chantilly Arts & Elegance Show

The Jensen Interceptor is a sporting GT-class car, hand-built in West Bromwich, West Midlands over a decade between 1966 and 1976. Featuring a body styling designed by Italian coachbuilders, Carrozzeria Touring, and a Chrysler V8 engine, it had elegant and luxurious touches such as electric windows, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, reclining front seats, twin speakers […]

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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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Swissvax Protection For A Classic Porsche 911 Carrera Targa Sport

The classic 911 has arguably one of the biggest followings on the planet. From the distinctive sound of the air-cooled engine to the performance that to this day remains impressive, 911 fans all over the world rally round to share stories and revel in this iconic piece of German engineering. Having acquired the vehicle from a Porsche […]

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Wheel Finishes – The Differences That Dictate How To Look After Them

Wheels – hard-working components that need special looking after. Not only can their appearance make or break the look of a vehicle but their condition can also significantly impact on resale values. Not surprising then, that a considerable amount of product advice calls the UF Team answer, involve the correct use of wheel cleaners and […]

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Crystal Rock Protection For The Ethereal Rolls-Royce Wraith

Rolls-Royce described the Wraith as “the boldest expression of Rolls-Royce yet” and there’s no doubting it’s a head-turner! In true Rolls-Royce style it’s a large car and weighs in around 2.4 tonnes. But it’s shaped as if it were much smaller, with a striking fastback silhouette and ‘suicide doors’. It has retained the classic 2:1 […]

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Scuderia Protection For A ‘Magnum P.I.’ Ferrari 308 GTB Vetroresina

The Ferrari 308 GTB is one of the most instantly recognisable Ferraris, made famous by that most successful and suave of detectives, Magnum P.I. Whilst the weather in the UK may be a far cry from the sun-drenched lushness of Oahu, the 308 GTB loses none of its charm when surrounded by the rolling hills […]

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Ferrari ‘Daytona’, Styled By Pininfarina, Refined By Ultimate Finish

The Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Berlinetta, known affectionately as the ‘Daytona’, was first introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1968. Superseding the 275 GTB, the Daytona is a front-engined, rear wheel car powered by a V12, 4.4 litre engine. It has a top speed of 174mph managing 0-60mph in just 5.4 seconds. There were only […]

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1970 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL ‘Pagoda’ Is Truly Best Of Show

The 280 SL Roadster was introduced to the Mercedes sports car line-up in December of 1967 and production continued through to February of 1971. The flowing lines of the vehicle favoured by car enthusiasts and celebrities alike has given rise to this vehicle’s iconic status which persists to the modern era. This particular 280 SL […]

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