A client contacted me saying he had a few cars which required some detailed care. I called up to see him a few days later and was very impressed with his private collection of vintage and modern vehicles. It was agreed upon that the first car I would work on would be this 1933 MG L2 Magna. It had had a full nut and bolt restoration carried out about 15 years ago and the paint was to be fair, in pretty good condition so an enhancement detail was carried out to bring it back up to a beautiful shine.
Paint measurements were taken once the paintwork had been fully decontaminated, to ascertain how much thickness we had to play with and the results were good across the car. I set about removing the minimal scratches and swirls with a medium compound and pad combination and a few hours later had the required results before finishing off with a coating of supernatural hybrid wax/sealant.
The engine was next on the list and a few hours of Autosol later brought these results.
Moving onto the interior, all the chromework was gently polished with Autosol before the seats were cleaned with a leather cleaner and then conditioned.