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Some of you may know this from the Euro-Dub seen from years ago - well, here she is again the Euro'd Nato Green Mk1 Audi TT Convertible. A very special one-of-a-kind vehicle that may be seen back at a show near you in 2014.

On Arrival





Not bad at all... a very clean and already well looked after example.

Closer Inspection





First up was the hood.

Convertible Hood Before



Convertible Hood During



Convertible Hood After



The finish was locked in with an upholstery protectant.

Next up were the alloy wheels.

Alloys Before



Alloys After



After this the engine bay was attended to.

Engine Bay Before



Engine Bay After







Once the rest of the exterior received the usual Refined Detail wash process, it was time to roll into the unit for clay barring - in order to remove any further bonded contamination.



Now into into the machine polishing. It was just a 1-step machine enhancement for this one, so perfection was not on the cards; although the paintwork was in quite lovely condition already.

Headlight Before



Headlight After



Bonnet Before





Bonnet After





Drivers Door Before



Drivers Door After



Drivers 3/4 Panel Before



Drivers 3/4 Panel After



Bootlid Before



Bootlid After



Looking much much better and ready for the winter months! All the exterior surfaces were protected to lock-in the unveiled shine.

The Results



































Top down I hear you cry?! Would be rude not to!



























Brilliant getting this Euro'd TT closer to her former glory - definitely in a near show winning condition once more. An utterly sublime and tastefully modified example.

Thank you for looking and reading as always...

Adam
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What colour is that? It's not quite white is it? Stunning example of a TT and great work by you 👍
I've said Nato Green but the customer actually told me the actual colour name, which is "Turkis Green".

Thank you for the great feedback :)
 
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