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Old 10-01-2013, 01:55 PM   #1
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Aston Martin DBS Volante


Hi Guys, thanks for checking out another thread.

An Aston Martin main dealer in Essex booked in this car after the owner was not too impressed with the condition of the car. The car was brand new and full of serious marks. These dark black metallics from Aston Martin are incredibly soft and mare very easily. The dealers were very quick to act to ensure the vehicle got the right care to deliver the car back to the happy owner.


Here is the car on arrival, 400 miles on the clock.







There was also one of the diamond cut alloy wheels which needed attention





Polish residue in nearly every panel gap





Dull and swirled paint apparent

















So it was outside for a careful was and decontamination







After the car was fully cleaned, clayed and rinsed we brought the car back inside to properly dry off with compressed air to blow out all the water from any panel gaps/crevices.









Now the car was dry and had an IPA wipe down, it was time for polishing!





Whip the wheel off for a repair….



Marring and scratches on the doors



50/50 on the boot lid



Boot lid before



Boot lid after



Various shots of the correction process now, as you can see it was a real mess!













































So once all the correction was done and I was happy with the finish after quite a lot of light burnishing etc., the car was given a wipe down to remove any polishing oils prior to applying a crystal lacquer coating. This will help to protect the car in the future against wash marring and obviously repel and protect against dirt.

Here are some after pics…

Wheel back on..















Stunning warm glow to the paint even though a crystal lacquer sealant was used. Look at that lovely flake too!





I took some shots outside too on a bit of miserable day before the car was collected..















Thanks for reading this guys!

I’ve got a lot of write-ups to come, keep your eyes peeled!



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Old 10-01-2013, 02:01 PM   #2
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Absolute Sex. And lets think for a moment the sex you would have if you had a car like that haha.......

The first thing I would buy if I had a significant lottery win. LOVE the DBS. In Graphite though !!

Amazing turnround dude as the state of a brand new car is shocking !!

Great work sir.
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Old 10-01-2013, 02:01 PM   #3
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That's epic Jay, i love that colour with the red flakes in the black!

Stunning car!
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nice work Jay.

an insider at AM Heritage centre told me the reason this colour is so soft is that the hardener needed for the base coat blocks the robot's nozzle tip's so it's left out.
also the reason so many have marring and bad hologramming is that theres 4 guys who get 20 minutes between the 4 to sand and polish the entire car.
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Old 10-01-2013, 02:05 PM   #5
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Brilliant work as always Jay, this the one that was on fb a few weeks back before xmas?
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Stunning finish Jay, fantastic work.
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A beautiful thing made beautiful. Always love your write ups Jay.
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Dear god! Good job that was new. would hate to think how it would have been after a few more miles on the clock.

Either way you saved the day and brought out some epic flake pop. Stunning car once you had finished.

Love how your write ups always look professional with your logo and personalised layout, good reflection on your work.

Loving your teasers from Facebook etc as well but it does make the difference seeing the larger pictures in a full write up.
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That is one fantastic looking car! First class work.
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Brilliant work on a breathtakingly stunning car.

You sir have restored this peach to its glory. Now let me wipe this dribble up off the desk
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