MYSTIC DETAIL CORRECTION
➢ Step (1) Correction Paint.
➢ Step (2) Polished Fine.
➢ Spray Wax Shine Premium Gyeon Q2.
➢ Ultra Gloss Finish.
The condition of the car was critical with scratches and micro-scratches all over the body; I was able to recover the painting in 3 days of hard work; with excellent results.
Work time: 2 days.
BMW Z8 OVERVIEW:
The BMW Z8 is a roadster produced by German automotive manufacturer BMW from 1998 to 2003. The Z8 was developed under the codename “E52” between 1993 and 1999, through the efforts of a design team led by Chris Bangle from 1993 to 1995. The exterior was designed by Henrik Fisker and the interior by Scott Lempert.
The Z8 originally was designed as a styling exercise intended to evoke and celebrate the 1956–1959 BMW 507. Prototypes were spotted testing between 1996 and 1999. A concept was later developed to preview the Z8, called the Z07 and was showcased in October 1997 at the Tokyo Motor Show.
The Z07 Concept had been based on the concurrently running E52 development programme. As a result, practical and regulatory considerations necessitated very few changes for the production model. Comparatively, the windshield of the series production Z8 was more upward, and the car had a larger front airdam. The Z8 hardtop differed from the Z07 in being a double-bubble form with a tapering fairing versus a single dome with a truncated convex rear. The Z07’s exotic driver’s side helmet fairing was never intended for production, in order to allow easy operation of the power soft top.
The Z07 was an homage to the iconic BMW 507
The side turn signal repeaters were integrated into the side vents in a fashion that rendered them invisible until activated. The vintage simplicity of the interior was preserved by hiding the modern equipment under retracting panels. Complex compound curves were made through the use of an expensive MIG-welded aluminium space frame.
April 11, 2023