Lovely work, that 300SL is awesome.....
Well done Neil
There's something about the Elise I can't quite put my finger on, but I really like them. I don't think I would have one, though. My best friend's sister had a bad crash in one, and it crumpled like cardboard!
The Morgan and the Merc are truly wonderful to look at. The morgan reminds me of these 'kit cars' all these old timers seem to whizz around in during the summer!
Please pay no attention to the fact that I'm ignoring the Audi's..
The SL is estimated to be worth around £500.000 its not the cleanest one I've seen and not the most desirable colour, they look best in silver in my opinion. You would quite easily pay 1M for a minter
The most expensive car I've detailed to date which will take some beating, was a le mans winning Ford GT50 which has an estimated value of 3.5 million
One of the most enjoyable and terrifying details I've done to date, thing is the car is still raced in the historic class and after the detail the GT50 was racing at Monaco and got sandwiched between a Porsche 911 and a wall
But once all repaired again it still holds it's value because of the it's history, needless to say the chap has got more money than sense
Great work as usual Neil, my stepson has the same Audi (co. car) I'll just show him what can be done with them
Agreeing with everyone else's comments on the merc, stunning and so rare these days.
A couple of years ago I had a 4 car driving experience bought for me, single seater, porsche 911, ferrari 360 and the Lotus Elise.
The Lotus was by far my favourite drive of the day
Great job mate.I will visit your place one day.
Luvly job ... or jobs shall I say .. fancy giving the e39 a free detail ...... just kidding!
Loving the work. Always nice to see what wonders people can do with polish and some TLC being applied.
Thanks for the comments gents
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