Tag Archives: Kamikaze Collection

1991 Honda NSX – A Legend Reborn (Part 1)

The NSX changed the way the world saw the Japanese car industry and raised the bar for affordable sports cars. Beginning life as a concept car (the HP-X or Honda Pininfarina eXperimental), the 3-litre V6 was projected to rival the V8 Ferrari 348, delivering much of the performance and handling, but with the reliability and […]

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2017 Porsche 991 GT3 4.0 – A New Car Cosmetically Restored

New Car Protection requires that new cars, by definition, are in an ‘as new’ condition cosmetically. However, unfortunately, experience has shown this is not always the case. Whilst on the surface, the paintwork may look shiny, closer inspection can reveal holograms and even sanding marks, the result of hurried factory finishing, plus swirls and scratches […]

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2007 Bentley Continental GT – Luxury Redefined

Powerful, refined, luxurious, exhilarating: this is grand touring as it’s meant to be – so say Bentley in reference to the Continental GT. Even the briefest glance at the Continental GT will support that statement, underlining that although the GT was launched with a more modest price than its larger siblings, Bentley compromised nothing on […]

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Toyota GT86 Aero – Protected Using The Kaizen Approach

The Toyota GT86 D-4s Aero is nothing if not eye catching. The rattle of the exhaust will catch the ear, turn the head and the size of the rear wing will keep most petrolheads staring after the car as it makes its way down the street. The enormous rear wing and gaping front splitter come […]

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Range Rover Autobiography, Signature Protection For A Luxury SUV

Jaguar Land Rover is known for producing luxurious cars with a build quality that is second to none. The SUV category is unrivalled in its off-road capability and yet retains all the refinement JLR customers have come to expect. The Sport Autobiography features an all-aluminium body, taking some of the load off the previous chassis. […]

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Rolls-Royce Ghost, Protected with Innovative Ceramic Technology

Rolls-Royce describes their luxury saloon model, Ghost with the short phrase: ‘Effortless elegance, a masterpiece of simplicity’. And this is one case where less really is more, depending of course, on your definition of ‘less’! If ‘less’ involves a 6.6 litre twin-turbo V12 engine delivering 570 bhp, then less is more. If a car weighing […]

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Lamborghini Huracan Causes A Storm At UF

Since its release, the Lamborghini Huracan has, as the name suggests, taken the supercar scene by storm! The name, Huracan, is derived from Taino, an Arawak language of the West Indies, which, when translated means ‘storm’. The Spanish modified the word to ‘hurakan’ which ultimately became ‘hurricane’ in English. Whichever language you prefer, the word […]

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State-Of-The-Art Protection For A 2016 Audi R8 V10 PLUS

The Audi R8 is based on the Audi Le Mans Quattro concept car, so its aggressive sporty design is hardly surprising! Using the Audi trademark permanent all-wheel drive system and based on the Lamborghini Gallardo platform, the R8 literally screams ‘race me’! In fact, 24 Hours Le Mans winner, Jacky Ickx, declared it ‘the best […]

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Aston Martin DBS Volante Paintwork Restored To Its Former Glory

The Aston Martin DBS went into production in 2007 after the global reveal event at Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance. However, its true debut was in the 2006 James Bond film ‘Casino Royale’, when it crashed, literally, into the consciousness of the Aston Martin loving enthusiast as Daniel Craig’s automotive weapon of choice. And what a […]

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