FORD PUMA ST
I have asked my client to write this post as his reasons for brining his brand new Puma ST to me for a full body detail and ceramic coating were driven by his disapointment with the condition of new brand new vehicle!
I recently purchased a new Ford Puma ST from a franchised Ford dealer. Sadly, it was delivered with the usual ‘don’t care attitude’ when buying a new car from a Ford Dealer. In other words, the engine bay was dirty with thick congealed muck in the many areas of the engine bay and number plates that were not straight with marks on the body work. Many new cars often arrive from mainland Europe and often just sit in their holding areas for weeks or even months, open to elements etc. By the time they arrive at the dealer, they really do need a good valeting and detailing. Sadly, due to financial considerations, the new cars are just given a basic clean. This is where specialists like Mark Farell of Marells Detail come in. Mark used to work for a main Ferrari dealer and is a fully trained mechanic and detailer. Mark has run Marells Detailing for over 17 years and offers his services to many wealthy automotive collectors who demand the absolute best in automotive valeting and car detailing. I was disappointed with the condition I received my new Puma ST in and asked mark to sort it out. The images show the work mark did on the Puma and I was delighted with the results.
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