2008 Porsche GT3 - Speed Yellow 12G
After Track / Drive Detailing
We probably did a lot more on this special Porsche project.
You name it , after-track Detail, new paint job, replacing old paint protection film. paint correction, ceramic coating, 3M Crystalline Tint.
Oh, what about dry ice detailing and seat detailing?
Some free samples …
Panels needs to be off to get it properly cleaned
Dry ice detailing can be useful here
Looking Great Now
We didn’t replace new suspension parts to trick you this is the power of dry ice detailing here
Old Film Removal
Using the Rhopoint Paint meter to determine the paint correction process
Masking Tape when you have to
New Film Install
New emblem gasket and speed nuts, just the usual steps
Do you clean under the seat?
Why not polishing the carbon fiber of the seat?
Sure it’s looking great now
IYKUK how much the seat worth for now.
Genius German engineering meets speed. Porsche doesn’t just mean speed, but sheer performance on the track and class off the track. LeMans and Nürburgring wouldn’t be the same without Porsche.
Porsche gave us cars that are simply unbeatable on the Nürburgring. Five of the cars in the top 10 lap times around “the Ring” are made in Stuttgart: the beast that is the GT2RS, the tame yet freakishly fast GT3RS and the iconic 918 Spyder.
We had the privilege to work on a variety of Porsche beauties: from legends like the 968, to their SUV line up with the Cayenne, Cayman and Macan, to their EVs with the Taycan and Taycan Turbo S, to their mid performance 718 in its various configurations, to the pinnacle of the speed on the Ring in the form of the 911 with its multiple generations: 997.1 and 997.2 GT3, 991.1 and 991.2 GT3 and GT3RS, 991.2 GT2RS, 992 and 992 GT3.
The interior also got a thorough treatment and nothing was left untouched.
This was a true no expense spared project and we’re proud to have worked on the first of many GT Porsche.
Porsche doesn’t just mean speed, but sheer performance on the track and class off the track. LeMans and Nürburgring wouldn’t be the same without Porsche.