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    Excellent work as always

    What a gorgeous car too.
     
     

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    Lovely job ... £600 lighter but god has it made a difference especially to a stunner like the Aston
    Pain & Pleasure ....... my e39 ...... meJulie ..... what a car
     
     

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    Great work as usual, some truly fantastic photos there

    I'm curious Neil (nosey!), which has been your favourite car to work on and in your opinion achieved the most pleasing or best results
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by avneet07 View Post
    Lovely job ... £600 lighter but god has it made a difference especially to a stunner like the Aston
    Cheers fella

    Not cheap but this Aston did receive some extensive work, and the residual value of the car after the detail would most probably out weigh the cost of the detail anyway. Which was one of the reasons why my brother had the car detailed, and of course his cars have to look tip top and give the correct image when they go out for private hire.

    Quote Originally Posted by SlowTech View Post
    Great work as usual, some truly fantastic photos there

    I'm curious Neil (nosey!), which has been your favourite car to work on and in your opinion achieved the most pleasing or best results
    Usually the most satisfying results come from cars that require loads of work and heavy machine polishing, as you did get job satisfaction when you stand back and see the transformation. Aston Martin paintwork always looks great when properly machined polished, despite being one of the most poorly prepped cars to roll of the production line believe or not, usually full of sanding marks etc. Supercars always feel special to work on although they are not always the easiest as they require lots of taping up, and plenty of awkward areas to machine polish. Porsche 911's are lovely cars to work, great shape to machine polish although they can suffer from the infamous sticky paint when machine polishing sometimes.

    But I would have to say that classic cars are my most favorite to work on, although they require a very careful approach older cars had so much more character than modern days cars in my opinion. I was lucky enough to recently work on a Ferrari 275 GTB4 which has just been restored and is now in concourse condition, truly amazing car

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    Good stuff mate
    Cheers mate
     
     

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