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 Paintwork


Smile and the World smiles with you. Ferrari 275 GTB

Smile and the World smiles with you. Ferrari 275 GTB


The perfect paint job is 90% hard work and preparation based on experience, technique and knowledge. Its only when you polish up that last top coat, that you can really appreciate all the effort that has gone into it
— KEVIN O'ROURKE - Moto Technique Limited

Within it’s modern and well organised paintshop, Moto Technique can boast a combined accumulative experience of nearly 120 years of repainting high end classic and exotic supercars. Its because of this wealth of experience that they continually produce the perfect paint finish.

Ferrari 365 GT4 Daytona Spider receiving the perfect respray at Moto Technique

Ferrari 365 GT4 Daytona Spider receiving the perfect respray at Moto Technique

Over the decades, Moto Technique have risen above the many challenges thrown at them by the introduction of modern paint systems, and because of their first hand and intimate knowledge of original cellulose and air-dried acrylics all the way through modern 2K and water-based paint materials and finishes of today that places them in such an enviable position of being able to offer award winning results.

Bugatti EB110 Repainted, refitted, detailed and awaiting collection

Bugatti EB110 Repainted, refitted, detailed and awaiting collection

Since 1980, Moto Technique have re-painted literally thousands of high-end classic and super-exotic cars from all era’s. All the cars are made from different materials and as such require different repair approaches, skills and techniques to get that perfect finish

Below and in no particular order are just a few of the cars that have passed through the Moto Technique spray booths.

Each job is unique, for example, the matching of period correct colours for classic cars from the 1950’s and their application is a totally different technique from painting a modern car, say, a Ferrari 488 Pista

Moto Technique, have perfected methods such as replacing the carbon fibre weave effect, which is so often lost by previous careless repairs. The carbon fibre weave should just be visible, as it would have been when it left the factory back in the 80s and 90s.

You can’t beat experience when it comes to applying just the right amount of paint to see the Ferrari F40 “Carbon Weave”

You can’t beat experience when it comes to applying just the right amount of paint to see the Ferrari F40 “Carbon Weave”

Even the removal of the paint before a job is started has to be considered very carefully. For instant, media blasting a car with aluminium panels can result in distortion and damage. Hence on the Ferrari 250 GTO restoration all the paint was removed sympathetically by hand using specialist solvents.

Ferrari 250 GTO having is paint carefully removed by hand at the very beginning of its restoration.

Ferrari 250 GTO having is paint carefully removed by hand at the very beginning of its restoration.

With two oven-bake spray booths, an encyclopaedic knowledge of car preparation and paint materials, classic and modern techniques of paint removal and application Moto Technique has the facilities, the experience, the knowledge and the talent to achieve the highest standards required for any automotive paint job.

Something technology can never replace, hand finished coach pin stripes. When talent and craftsmanship is the only solution.

Something technology can never replace, hand finished coach pin stripes. When talent and craftsmanship is the only solution.

A Ferrari F40LM / GTE Freshly restored and with the perfect amount of spray paint that shows off just the right amount of carbon weave in the bodywork

A Ferrari F40LM / GTE Freshly restored and with the perfect amount of spray paint that shows off just the right amount of carbon weave in the bodywork

McLaren F1 GTR receiving the final finishing touches after a full respray.

McLaren F1 GTR receiving the final finishing touches after a full respray.