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    Heavenly vs Frontcover PerformanceVW this month.

    Well this detail was done over 2 days and in preparation for a photoshoot for a feature in Novembers edition of PerformanceVW magazine aswell as front cover.
    The car was done for a guy called Luke Massey who runs Plush-Automotive who in my opinion are one of if not the best ice installers in the uk aswell as doing one off projects and full interiors. He is currently working on projects for a guy in the USA who has shipped his seats etc across the pond for luke to work his magic on and also has an interior from Australia along with door cards all being fitted out with a bespoke install which will then be fitted when shipped back , such is his outstanding quality.
    Luke has won most major awards for his work and his cars have all been front cover of various magazines as have his customers some spending over 50k on interiors and ice setups.

    The car in question is a mk5 Golf which has been transformed into a slammed work of art and Lukes company is the uk supplier and distributor of the air suspension setup.

    The car was sprayed in a lamborghini grey with a green and purple fleck which looks outstanding. The interior is from an Audi RS4 cabriolet and all work is done by Plush including the RedBull fridge and digital control in the rear one of many trick additions to the car.

    we decided from the outset to glaze and wax the car as luke wanted a wet look but knowing that Celeste over glaze has some sealent properties it was a natural selection for me on this car and i believe it worked well.

    This was also a preparation ready for Players the VW show which luke eventually won best in his class.

    Not a major write up as i struggle for time these days but a few photos before the video.

    As the car turned up



    Carbon bonnet before




    Carbon bonnet after 50/50




    some correction work all done with hexlogic pads and 3m waffle and 3m polishes







    Car then glazed after correction with DA with Ezcreme








    and buffed off




    interior all treated with zaino products






    then hand waxed with Celeste Dettaglio and left to cure for 15 minutes




    and a few final shots



























    and the full video with walkround


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6QS-mfv16U
    Heavenly Paintwork is simply Heaven Itself.

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    awesome car, cant believe how much it has changed since the FC cover earlyer this year, awesome detailing to fella
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    soon!

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    Simply stunning
    GSi....boosting a' ower yer honda CTR, Vtec this!

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    That's unbelievable. Just checked out the video and a few more of Heavenly's work

    Absolutely stunning work!

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    Awesome bit of detailing

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    Thanks guys...
    Heavenly Paintwork is simply Heaven Itself.

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