Liquid Glass Shield is proud to be supporting British motoring history and completely coating a beautiful 1966 Jaguar E-Type ready for display at this years Le Mans Classic, July 8/9/10. The work was skilfully undertaken by the team from AutoCrunch, Hampshire, United Kingdom.
Martyn from AutoCrunch briefly explains how the work was undertaken; “the Jaguar had light damage on the boot lid/trunk which required repair and paint rectification. The surface was wet flatted then machine polished. Finally the painted surfaces were clay toweled then a complete application of Liquid Glass Shield was hand applied”.
AutoCrunch specialise in premium paint and body repairs which are carried out in their specialist mobile paint studio, they are able to repair body damage and re-paint without the need to move the vehicle to a traditional paint shop/repair centre.
The team at AutoCrunch has been trained to apply Liquid Glass Shield protective coatings to vehicle interiors and exteriors which include painted surfaces, glass, composite, leather, suede, fabric including convertible roofs and wheel rims both steel and aluminium.
For information about AutoCrunch and the services they offer please visit www.autocrunch.co.uk