It is always fascinating to see the transformation on a vehicle that is an icon. This 2010 Porsche GT3 received our Signature Paint Correction. This is the process in which we perform multiple stages of compounding and polishing to reflow and remove imperfections in the clear-coat to yield as close to an imperfection-free finish as possible. For more information on paint correction, click here.
We also performed a wheel-off detail where we removed the wheels, steam cleaned the suspension and brake system, as well as the wheels and wheel barrels. Upon completion of the deep cleanse, we protected the wheels and calipers with Ceramic Pro, a durable coating that repels brake dust and prevents corrosion, as well as aids in easy-cleaning. This is also available for your vehicle's paint which we also applied to this beautiful Porsche. For more info on our paint coating packages, click here.
Once paint corrected, we wrapped the entire exterior in XPEL Ultimate Self-Healing Film. This will provide a sacrificial barrier over the paint from any environmental variables. Custom plotted and fitted special for this vehicle, side markers, tail and headlights, as well as the inner linings of the fender wells were removed to ensure as seamless and clean of an install as possible. Included is a 10-year manufacturer warranty against yellowing and any film defects! Visit our paint protection film page for more information on XPEL and Suntek film solutions that we offer. Click here.
Once the film installation was complete, we provided 2 layers of Ceramic Pro on top of the film. We offer this as an option so that your paint protection film has a UV protective, hydrophobic (water-fearing, or in other words, LOTS of water beads that aid in self-cleaning!) surface that allows clear bra/PPF to behave and act more like paint. No more static-cling! Dust, tar and bugs wash off with much more ease than without a coating. We also protected the leather and carpets with Ceramic Pro. It's important to protect your vehicle's interior as UV rays can damage and fade your leather and plastics.
Overall, the end result of this GT3 was simply stunning. Near total perfection (nothing in this world is perfect), we've never seen a race car look so dang pretty!