Christopher Brown of OCDCarCare.com – Los Angeles, Ca – Sept 2015
This 2015 Porsche 911 GT3 was in rough shape. Not only was it delivered from the factory with a good amount of sanding scratches (especially on the rear wing and hatch areas), it had also been driven nearly 5000 miles in about 7 months, had been tracked a few times, and was often stored outside. Needless to say she needed a good amount of TLC to restore the time honored Guard’s Red to a beautiful state.
Below are a few pictures showing the many sanding and maintenance scratches, water spots, and neglected details which covered the entire surface of the vehicle, robbing her of her true beautiful color, gloss, clarity, and reflectivity.
After removing topical contamination via clay bar, we started to see what was causing the vehicle’s color to appear faded and inconsistent.
As you can see this car needed a lot of help to restore her beauty. So after a full two phase paint correction this Porsche GT3 was coated with a long-term Ceramic Paint Coating. The results were quite shocking to say the least.
In all this Porsche 911 GT3 underwent a dramatic transformation. The Two Phase Paint Correction coupled with a Ceramic Nano Coating revived this beauty’s color, gloss, and reflectivity. Now she will turn heads as she races through the hills and highways of Los Angeles.
Lastly, below is a quick video walk around, displaying how this Guard’ s Red Porsche 911 GT3 absolutely glowed in person. Please watch in HD: full 1080P!
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