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Speedsport launch Prestige Car Protection

Jun 12th, 2012

Speedsport’s new Prestige Car Protection division will protect your car from stone chips, scratches and paint damage to not only keep your paint looking brand new but to also help retain the residual value of your car.

 

Using a a super strength clear urethane material produced by TESA we will produce the perfect protection kit for your vehicle.

 

All our kits are cut using state of the art plotters from digitally designed templates to ensure pin point accuracy so that they are perfect for your car. We offer a range of kit options to fit your needs, we can protect your bonnet, bumper, headlights, wing mirrors, wheel arches, door sills and much more.

 

Should you have custom/non-standard body work on your car then we can template and create an individual protection kit for your car.

 

Speedsport's long term relationship with TESA continues with the use of their tape for our protection kits. When compared with other tapes on the market we have chosen TESA because we believe it is the best.


The tesa 54994 product from which we make our protection kits is so good that it is utilised by prestige car manufacturers to protect surfaces against corrosion and exposure to shock and heavy loads as well as mechanical damages through abrasion and scratches.

This tape product is totally clear (the best we've ever seen) and highly resistant to yellowing, having an extremely high level of UV resistance.

 

We have been supplying our protection tape into Motorsport including some of the worlds' top Formula 1 teams for nearly 20 years and now we are making this available to the public. One of our professionally trained fitters will install the kits for you in our workshop based at Silverstone Circuit. If you can not get to Silverstone then one of our fitters will come to you.

 

For more information and for a quote please call us on 01327 858 167.


  
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