Saturday, June 28, 2014

1996 BMW 325i Re-Paint!

Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 1996 BMW 325i.  This "E36" was suffering from visciously unsightliness. The previous owner decided to trash the body, selling it with dents, dings, and ugly paint. Unfortunately this forced "patina" is becoming more and more popular, and is not an acceptable alternative to real automotive paint in terms of Protection, Looks, Resale Value, etc. the list goes on.  We started transforming the looks of this BMW by first removing the peeling paint beneath the spray paint, along with all of the chips and scratches.  Next we sealed the car with a light coat of primer sealer, and finally painted the car using our basic Single Stage Enamel paint in BMW's "Alpine White"!

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Friday, June 27, 2014

1992 240SX Paint Job!

Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 1992 Nissan 240SX Coupe. This sporty import came to our shop as most 240's do, faded, and mismatched with parts from donor 240's that met their early demise. We began the color restoration on this car by first sanding down all of the peeling, faded paint, while also paying special attention to the chips and scratches inflicted by unforgiving roads. Once we finished that step we moved on to mask the car, then sealing the freshly sanded surfaces with a light coat of primer-sealer to assist the new paint's adhesion. Finally the 240 was ready for its new coat of paint. The car came in a rich gloss black when it was brand new. We used the color code to mix and repaint the car in its factory color!

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Monday, June 23, 2014

1999 Acura Integra Paint Job!

Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 1999 Acura Integra. This sporty hatchback came to our shop looking a bit less than desireable. Its factory paint (like most Hondas) decided it would rather be other places than sticking to the car. The Clear Coat had failed, leaving the surfaces beneath exposed to the elements with no means of protection, making the car look horrible! The owner of this Integra tried his hand at auto body and sanded the car himself, dropping it off once he was through with his prep work for us to Paint with our basic "Enamel Paint" for a great looking finish at wallet freindly price.

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Friday, June 20, 2014

1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Painted!

Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass. This old Muscle Yacht came to our shop in the owners words "Poo Brown." He was tired of the color and wanted a more...attractive tone. He decided on a silver metallic from our color book, took his car home and removed all of the pieces of chrome trim such as the emblems by himself, then dropped of his car for us to paint with our basic "Enamel Single Stage" paint! Once painted, this Cutlass looked much less like fecal matter and much more attractive, all while keeping the price below it's owners very tight budget!

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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

1986 Toyota Pickup Paintjob!

Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 1986 Toyota Pickup. We began beautifying this beast by first cleaning up all of the exterior surfaces with a rough hand pad and a degreaser to ensure no grease, wax, or other contaminants were clinging to them. Once that step was complete we began masking all of the trim, windows, and other unpainted parts to protect them from overspray.  Finally the Pickup was ready for its new paintjob, we applied its original color, in our most affordable Enamel Paint!

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Friday, June 13, 2014

2006 Honda Civic Si Paintjob!

Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 2006 Honda Civic Si.  This sporty economy car came to our shop looking much older than its truly was.  There was lots of primer all over the car, covering up some bodywork done outside from our shop.  Once the car came in, we began sanding the entire car to remove rock chips, scratches, and most importantly, the infamous terrible looking peeling paint. Once that step was complete we applied a primer to seal the surfaces, and finally repainted the Civic in its original color!

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