Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1998 Honda Civic. This economical sedan came to our shop with some mis-matched body panels, the bumper and fender were replaced with aftermarket parts and it was our job to make the car look good again! We began by removing the rock chips and scratches, then sealing the car with a primer. Once that step was complete, we repainted the entire outside of the car with our basic Enamel paint!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1998 Subaru Impreza. This touring car came to our shop with lots of old, unattractive, peeling paint clinging to its body. We sanded all of the ugly old paint down to a smooth even surface, applied a coat of "Primer Sealer," painted the top half of the car, and finally cured the new finish on in our giant oven! This car was refinished using our "Urethane Single Stage" paint, which is our most durable, yet still budget-friendly "Single Stage Paint."
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1971 Volkswagen Transporter Van. This Fahrvergnügen came to our shop as a primered eye sore of a transporter, looking for the right color scheme at the right price! The Van's owner had acquired a toy car that we based the color combo off of, we duplicated the Two-Tone finish with our premium "Base Coat / Clear Coat paint, then finished off the classic look with some silver pinstriping!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1997 Nissan Half Ton "Hardbody" Pickup truck. When this truck first came into our shop it looked terrible! Its body had been "spray can primered" and there was a large dent on the hood which needed some attention. We straightened out the dent then started sanding out all of the "primered over" defects such as minor chips and scratches. Once all of our sanding was complete we pulled the truck into our paint booth where our own primer was applied, and finally repainted the entire exterior of the pickup with our Enamel paint in the truck's original color!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1990 Ford F-350. This heavy duty welders truck came to our shop looking beat. Its paint had been faded, chipping, and semi-repaired for years and the owner decided that he had enough. Not wanting to spend $1,000,000s on a work truck that will get damaged soon again, the owner decided to have us refinish the Ford with our tough Urethane Paint, for an affordable yet great looking, long lasting finish that will look great at job sites for years to come!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1998 Toyota Corolla. This economy sedan came to our shop with all of the usual "Toyota Problems" meaning its paint was peeling, faded, and chipping away. New paint does not like to sit on top of old peeling paint, upon our reccomendation the owner agreed to have us remove all of the failing "Delaminating" paint! Once that step was complete we applied a coat of primer sealer, painted the entire exterior of the car in its original color, cleaned it up and returned the Toyota to its amazed owner looking shiny and new again!