Sensational as always Macdude!
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We've been working on several intricate detailing and restoration projects, one of which is Project Scuderia Restore. One of the most common issues facing Ferrari 430 Scuderia owners is the premature degradation of the carbon-fiber components within the engine bay.
Essentially a manufacturing defect which occurs after some significant mileage has been clocked, the carbon-fiber components begin to lose it's clarity, turning to a high opacity off-white finish that significantly affects the aesthetic value of the vehicle. Here are some before-shots for reference:
After an entire 2-weeks spent removing the damaged topcoat of the carbon-fiber monitored using a CF-specific paint thickness gauge, we ordered a custom urethane top-coat system and carefully layered the carbon-fiber pre-preg materials. An exhaustive detailing regiment was then utilized to bring out an extra-high-gloss finish with amazing depth. Enjoy the photos ;-)
I don't think the English dictionary has the words to describe what I just saw or the feeling I have in my pants...bhahahaha.
Great work. I'm envious...Now I feel like taking my car apart and detailing it..................but that most likely won't happen.
We recently detailed the new 991 Carrera S which is amazingly in it's seventh generation 911 reiteration! That is certainly an unmatched feat for any supercar manufacturer in history. Aside from the larger wheelbase, an updated PDK(or Porsche Doppelkupplung if you were wondering)gearbox and new handling tweaks, the 3.8-litre flat-six engine has also been tuned on the Carrera S to 395 horses.
The 991 has grown noticeably larger in dimensions but my personal favorite are the extremely low-profile rear tail-lamps which look absolutely sleek!
We spent a week detailing the brand new 991 to burnish the paintwork to a brilliant shine and to eliminate paintwork imperfections. The paintwork, wheels and windshield was then treated with our all-weather hydrophobic Endurance coating system for a fuss-free all-year long protection.
Here's a peek at the 991's detailed power plant...
And here she is in the company of the other supercars...
Possibly the best angle on the new Carrera S!
The headlamps and daytime-running lights were also wrapped in our popular 6-mil thick stone-chip protection film to protect them from the constant gravel issue on Malaysian roads.*
Hope you enjoyed the photos! ;-)
I've just gone and wet myself. Fantastic work, thank you very much for sharing all of these with us.
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