Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2005 Volkswagen New Beetle. This car is a returning satisfied customer. It was originally a silver car and a few years back the owner decided to change the color to hot pink! This year the owner decided it was time for a more subtle color and opted to change the color again to a metallic blue!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2000 Lincoln Continental. This luxurious Lincoln came to Almost Everything with its original pearl white paint in pretty tired looking condition. The gloss was beginning to fade, and the owner decided to paint the car black! We chemically cleaned the car to remove any road dirt/grime, scuffed the existing paint with an abrasive pad, sealed the entire car with a primer, and finally painted the exterior of the car with a deep gloss black Enamel!
Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 2006 Nissan Altima. This car recently had its front bumper cover, and front left fender replaced, these parts typically do not come painted and will have to be color matched to the rest of the vehicle. We began by scuffing the bumper cover and fender to roughen them so the new paint could "bite", sealed the fresh surfaces with a primer sealer, and finally finished the parts with the original type of base-coat/clear-coat paint!
Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 1998 Toyota Rav4 that was involved in an accident. Unfortunately for the Rav, its front end had been severely damaged. We began by removing the wrecked panels to check for any hidden damage, and replacing or repairing the mangled parts as needed. Once the "Body Repair" portion had been completed, we refinished the repaired areas to match the paint on the rest of the vehicle!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1986 Ford Econoline work van. This truck came to us looking like it was camouflaged, there were spots of unfinished primer all over its sides! We began by chemically cleaning the outside of the van to remove any bugs, wax, tar etc. Next we scuffed the old paint with an abrasive pad to roughen the surface so the new paint can "bite" onto it. From there we masked all of the windows and trim panels, painted the entire exterior with our Enamel + UV protectant paint, detailed it, and returned the van back to its owner looking glossy and new again!
Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 1997 Ford Mustang Convertible. This Muscle car started out as a dull, lifeless looking pony. We corrected that by sealing the existing paint surface with a primer, and refinishing the car with our Enamel paint in the cars original color!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1990 Eagle Talon. This car came to us with its paint in pretty rough condition. We began by sanding the car with our "Light Chip and Scratch Repair" package, blending all of the rough rock chips and surface scratches so they would not be visible beneath the new paint. Next we sealed the fresh surface with a primer, this gives the new paint a solid even surface to "bite" into. Lastly we refinished the entire car with a Base Coat / Clear Coat paint in a deep gloss black, which the owner picked right out of our color catalog!