We replaced the damaged bumper cover, the lower engine shield and a support bracket on this 2009 BMW 550i. The repairs included original factory-matched paint and a lifetime warranty. Things like the grills, fog lights, reflectors, parking sensors, headlamp washers and other parts get disassembled from the old bumper and installed on the new bumper.
In our experience, "keying" a car is typically a case of random vandalism. It often feels like a personal violation and it may not be covered by your auto insurance. Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a very nice BMW 545i that was scratched on nearly every panel.
It was time for a change. Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2007 BMW 328i that the owner changed from silver to gloss black. To make the transition clean, the owner chose to have the car disassembled so the new paint could flow into nooks and crannies and so there would not be overspray on lights and chrome. We removed the grills, door handles, mirrors, mouldings, fuel door and, of course, all of the lights and reflectors. We also painted the insides of the door jambs.
It happens to all of us. In a moment of inattention we hear a nasty scraping noise. Or maybe we have no idea how it happened. Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a brand new BMW. Making a gnarly scrape vanish: not much money. Not having to see the gnarly scrape every day for 5 years: priceless.
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1994 BMW 325iS. This sporty coupe came to our shop looking hideous! The original jet black paint had failed years ago and peeled away, leaving a crusty greyish white surface! The owner grew tired of looking at his BMW in delapitated shape, but did not want to break his bank on a paint job! Luckily we offer paint jobs for any price target, this particular paint job is one of our very basic "Single Stage" paints. The pictures will tell you that even a basic paint job on an old, beat up car can make it look much better, even on a tight budget!