Category Archives: Gloss Enhancement

Protecting a British Classic – The Land Rover Defender 90

The Land Rover Defender is made to go where no other vehicle has gone before – it’s the epitome of what a capable off-roader should be. With a rugged engine, this tough all-terrain vehicle will pretty much get you wherever you need to be, whatever the weather. Largely unchanged over the 60-year production run it […]

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Lexus GS F Comprehensively Protected With Gtechniq’s Composite Ceramic Coating

In a world where cars have gone super high tech, Lexus decided to focus on old-school fun with the launch of the GS F. A luxury sports saloon, the GS F is powered by a 5.0 Litre V8 engine that delivers 471bhp at 7100rpm and produces 530 Nm of torque. Put succinctly, the GS F […]

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Lotus Turbo Esprit prepared for the Lotus 70th Anniversary Party

Lotus is a British manufacturer of lightweight sports cars and racing cars. Founded by Colin Chapman who built his first competition car in 1948, Lotus Engineering was inaugurated in 1952 and has gone on to enjoy success both on the track and off. Now a global brand, Lotus is celebrating its 70th anniversary with a […]

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Competition Class Mk3 Mini Cooper S Revived at Brands Hatch

Detailing isn’t only for new cars and supercars: it’s for any vehicle that represents someone’s passion. This 1971 Classic Mini Cooper S was a perfect example. Originally owned by an American serviceman stationed here in the UK, it was sold in 1978 to a gentleman by the name of Richard Newton, a Mini enthusiast with […]

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2012 Mercedes-Benz SLK 200 Transformed at UF Studio

The Mercedes-Benz SLK burst onto the scene in 1996 as Mercedes’s compact luxury roadster. The initials ‘SLK’ come from the Mercedes-Benz mission statement: to create sporty, light and short cars — in German: sportlich (sporty), leicht (light) und kurz (short). It’s proved a winning formula too as the SLK is now well into its third […]

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Pre-Sale Preparation for a 2002 Porsche 996 Targa

When it comes to buying a car, the first thing we notice is the overall appearance and that appearance quickly becomes a negotiating tool. Not surprisingly, we’re less inclined to pay ‘top dollar’ for a vehicle that cosmetically looks less appealing than we would for a car that is pristine. Booking the car in for […]

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Cosmetic Restoration of an Old School BMW (E36) 320i

Successor to the E30, the E36 was launched at a time of tumultuous change in a Germany unified for the first time in over forty years. It was the third generation of BMW’s range of compact executive cars and although originally meant to be little more than a revision of the outgoing E30, BMW made […]

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Clean Technology for a 2015 Range Rover SD4 Evoque Pure Tech

The Range Rover Evoque is Land Rover’s most successful model ever and it’s easy to see why: Land Rover off-road capability and Range Rover sleekness and style all tied up with a pleasing price point guaranteed to capture the attention of a wider audience than some of the bigger models on offer. Classed as a […]

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Paintwork Makeover For A Facelift Audi RS 3 Sportback

Audi struck gold with the third-generation RS 3 and for the 2017 model year they gave it facelift. Much of the work though, had gone into the parts not immediately visible, all with the aim of improving driving dynamics to give loyalists a more thrilling, interactive driving experience. Marketed as ‘An everyday sportscar, fitted with […]

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Proudly Flying The Flag – Jaguar F-Type British Design Edition

Released in 2016, Jaguar’s British Design Edition of the enormously popular F-Type is marketed as ‘the quintessential modern British sports car, more British than ever’. Promising more drama, excitement and Britishness than centre court at Wimbledon (with a helping of strawberries and cream), one might expect the F-type British Edition to fall short of the […]

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