Before the body, now in all its coats of paint, leaves the paint shop, it goes from the oven to the finishing line. Here, again, workers with eagle eyes and nimble hands look for the slightest flaws on the paint, and, if they find them, correct them. When we talk about paintwork flaws, we don’t mean scratches or paint-less spots, but really minute details that the untrained eye would not even notice. Almost all imperfections can be corrected by fine grinding and polishing. When everything is all right, the body, coated with shining paint, heads for final assembly, where it is turned into a finished car.