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Tuesday, 15 November 2011


A few weeks ago GBS went and followed the process of what is involved in Powder Coating a Zero Chassis. We offer Powder Coating as an optional extra, but highly recommend it as it protects the chassis and gives a superior finish to paint. At the GBS factory all Zero Chassis's have the welds flattered and prepped ready for the powder coat process to start. It was amazing to see the whole process from start to finish as you don't quite realise what is involved and the time it takes........

This week Great British Sports Cars have a stand at The Professional Motor Sport Show in Cologne Germany on the 15th, 16th and 17th November, where we are be displaying the Zero Race on our stand.

On Saturday 26th November Great British Sports Cars are attending a Track Day which has been organised in conjunction with Javelin Track Days, the Track Day is taking place at at RAF Cottesmore Lincolnshire. Everyone is welcome to join us please follow the link to book your place at the Track Day www.javelintrackdays.co.uk If your not taking part your welcome to Spectate or be a passenger in our Zero demonstrator, we are also going to be taking the Zero Race Car. It will be a great day out we look forward to see you all there.

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1 comment:

  1. The key to a successful powder coating process is the quality of the service the applicator provides. Looking at the pictures, I can see that the basic rules in powder coating are present; the over-all shielding uniform (including the mask and the gloves), and the ample space to apply the coating efficiently and evenly on a surface. Kudos to GBS! =)

    - Lonnie Summerall