Tag Archives: Aston Martin

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 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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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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Aston Martin DB6 MkII Volante – Full Paintwork Correction

At Ultimate Finish, we’re used to dealing with special cars, but occasionally one comes along which makes us both excited, and slightly weak at the knees. On this occasion, something of distinction was bought in to be detailed. The car? A 1970 Aston Martin DB6 MkII Volante. One of only thirty-eight ever produced, this alluring Aston […]

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Aston Martin As A Daily Driver? – It Needs Protection!

Whilst it’s quite common for the classic car in the garage or the ‘weekend’ car to get lots of care and attention, the daily driver tends to get forgotten about. The workhorse of the family can simply expect its hay and water, rather than the hours of fuss the ‘cherished’ vehicle receives. Yet the daily […]

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