Time to mix things up a bit! After bringing the Cayman GT4 into Dub Customs we're going to get started removing the Martini livery and taking it back to the original look in Sapphire Blue.
Next up is the slightly gut wrenching moment taking a look at the car prepared for wrapping with many panels removed to ensure the best access for everything being done.
We're going to be going with Arlon Electric Lime; it's bright and bold and that's what I want for this car. The GT4 needs protection during an upcoming tour around Europe and it will also eventually be wearing other stickers so I wanted to go with something that would really stand out alongside other bright colours. Electric Lime is similar in appearance to either McLaren's Solis on the 675LT Spider, BMW's Austin Yellow for the M4, or even Porsche's own Cayman R colour; Peridot.
We'll return to catch up with the closing stages of the transformation, and explain more about what this is all about.
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