Worked on a classic 1936 Ford Austin to repair some rusty areas specifically around the trims. As we use cellulose based paints we could easily match the colour and also spray a shiny coat on without the need for lacquer. This helps keep the car as original as possible.
A door and wheel arch repair on a white Ford KA. As white is an easy colour to work with (black being the opposite), this damaged wheel arch and door could be sprayed. Usually large panels are outside the scope of the SMART system, however lacquer can easily be blended out with no visible feather lines.
Seem to be doing lots of wheels at the moment! Had to refurbish this set of alloys, usually I don’t like doing ones with too many spokes. However these where only scuffed on the top of the spokes so didn’t need to do too much repair work.