This iconic Ferrari F40 received a very intense two-week service, involving paint correction, ceramic coating application, engine and interior detailing. The wheels were removed, the suspension detailed and then the wheels were coated with ceramic. The exterior window trim has been polished to a gloss finish.
This vehicle was sourced by one of my clients in Germany a few years ago. The car has been fully restored in Germany by Kinle, one of the finest Mercedes car restorers in the world. The restoration process took several years and the car finally arrived to me for final paint detailing prior to a full Xpel custom PPF application. I was also asked to protect the interior leather and all fabrics with relevant coatings and sealants.
This particular, almost 20-year old example received extensive detailing with focus on the engine, engine bay and suspension parts. The exterior of the car had been protected with Paint Protection Film a good few years back and the film needed extensive decontamination. The engine detailing was very time-consuming due to poor accessibility. After two long days, the engine had been degreased, the carbon and metal parts polished and protected with ceramic coating.
This is the second car that I’ve detailed for my new client. Once again, this was bespoke maintenance detailing with PPF decontamination and Nasiol NL272 ceramic coating application.
This particular car has covered just under 2,000 km and had never had professional detailing. I have spent over a week detailing the exterior, interior, engine and suspension parts. The paintwork received some correction with selective wet sanding to remove some imperfections and dipper scratches.
The vehicle came to me for pre-sale detailing, PPF decontamination and ceramic coating application. The detailing process took 5 days, including allowing 48 hours for the ceramic coating curing. The results were great and I was surprised and delighted to receive the customer’s feedback: they were so pleased with the results, they decided to cancel the sale and keep the car!