Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2001 Honda Civic Si Hatchback that had been keyed. We feathered the edges of the key scratches so they would not show under the new paint. We also sanded down a bunch of delaminating paint (the peeling stuff.) We applied a primer-sealer to cover the bare metal spots then painted the whole car with a cost effective enamel paint.
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a truck. . . a top of the line, barely off the lot, 2015 Chevy K1500 Silverado LT Crew Cab 4x4. As bad as this damage looks, we're sure the car that rear ended the Silverado faired worse. We realigned the frame, replaced the bed side, tailgate, bumper, exhaust system, catalytic converters and more. Then we repainted using factory matched paint. Our customer told us, "It looks like nother ever happened!" Thanks.
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a forlorn Mitsubishi Eclipse that was so pitiful its owner brought it to the shop under cover of darkness. The paint had was fading and peeling. It was one of the worst looking cars we've seen (and that says a lot!) We repainted the whole car and now it looks extremely handsome day and night.
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2006 Honda Civic that messed with the wrong curb. In this case, the driver didn't see the curb when making a turn. The low concrete edge tore big holes in the bumper, fender and rocker panel.
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2000 Acura TL. It came to us with peeling paint (delamination of clear coat) and a big dents on the fender and driver's door. The damage was severe enough that it was less expensive to replace the fender and door than to fix them. We also sanded off all the peeling paint, feathered chips & scratches and repainted the whole car.