Category Archives: Paintwork Correction

Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth Made Show-Ready With Kamikaze Collection Infinity Wax – Part 2

Last week’s blog covered Part 1 of an extensive show car preparation on a Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth. This week the story continues! Having removed the deeper scratches from the soft, solid black paintwork, the next stage was finishing. Every section of the car was polished including the bonnet, boot and door shuts. Using a […]

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Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth Made Show-Ready With Kamikaze Collection Infinity Wax – Part 1

The Ford Sierra RS Cosworth – manufactured from the mid-1980’s to the early 1990’s this car was originally designed to boost Ford’s flagging performance in Group A racing in Europe. In collaboration with Cosworth, Ford took elements and inspiration for the design and engineering from a variety of race vehicles and the RS Cosworth subsequently […]

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Jaguar F-Type – A Big Cat Rescued From An Automated Car Wash

The perils of the automated car wash, with harsh wash chemicals and vigorous brushes, are well known. For anyone passionate about the appearance of their vehicle, these types of car wash are to be avoided at all costs. The wash chemicals are usually highly acidic or highly alkaline to strip dirt, grease and road grime […]

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Paintwork Restored On A Basalt Black Porsche 911 Carrera 4S

When a car arrives for a Paintwork Correction Treatment there are usually many issues to address in order to return the appearance to ‘as new’. This Basalt Black Porsche 911 (991) C4S was no exception. There were visible signs that this car is used on a daily basis and parked outdoors all year round. Fallout, contamination, […]

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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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Aston Martin Rapide Restored To Its Former Glory

Successor to and named in honour of the Lagonda Rapide, the Aston Martin Rapide is a four-door high-performance sports saloon shaped more like a coupe. At just over five metres long and nearly two metres wide it’s a big car with a lot of paintwork on show. That said, as it’s able to achieve 0-62mph […]

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Glasur Finish Restored On A Rosso Corsa Ferrari 458 Italia

The Ferrari 458 roared on to the automotive scene at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2009. Replacing the F430, this mid-engined sports car featured an entirely new design coupled with technologies gained straight from Formula 1. It is the first of Ferrari’s road-going mid-engined vehicles to feature direct fuel injection and not to be offered […]

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Composite Ceramic Protection For A 2003 Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG

The Mercedes Benz SL55 is purely about style, handling and horsepower! The supercharged V8 engine is hand-built in Germany to exacting standards making the SL55 an exhilarating, high performance sports car capable of achieving 0-60mph in around 4.5 seconds. The handling is secure, made possible by the ABC Active Suspension that reduces body roll by around 70% […]

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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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Lexus IS-F Flagship Sports Saloon, Revitalised Using RUPES BigFoot

The IS-F was Lexus’s first incarnation of a full-on sports saloon. Referencing the Fuji Motor Speedway, owned by Toyota and testing ground for the new sports model, the flagship ‘F’ designation has since been reserved for vehicles which go way beyond Lexus’s standard development processes. The IS-F is differentiated visually by a twin exhaust system with quad-tail pipes, wider front […]

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