Our 1997 Jaguar XK8 has been prepped and readied for primer and then followed up with its final paint stage.
Matt also masked up for stone chip on the sill and arch lips before applying the final paint. Matt explained that “we check for colour coverage by turning the booth lights off and using a special torch to make sure base coat has covered”. This allows the team to ensure that the paint is sat as it should do. Once the base coat had been applied, Matt could then add the clear coat and finish the car.
It now looks good as new – you’d never know the rear quarter had been taken apart!