This is what you do if you want a great paint job: you take the car apart so that paint can get into the nooks and crannies and so that paint does NOT get on the chrome, rubber, windows and other trim parts. Then you fix all of the little dings, dents and gouges. The owner of this 2002 Chrysler 300M takes very good care of his car but the years had taken their toll and up close it had chips, scratches and dings. When we finished, it looked like a new car again.
This Chrysler 300 really wasn't a bad looking car when it arrived in silver-grey. But wow! The chrome really pops when the customer changed the color to gloss black. It went from being a nice family sedan to a limosine that looks like it could haul royalty. The customer chose our urethane, single-stage paint for tough, durable and reasonably priced paint job.
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2000 Chrysler Cirrus that was hit on the side. The top of the car was also faded and had started to peel. So the owner decided to paint the whole car at the same time she repaired the dent on the door. She chose our durable, single-stage Urethane paint.
This PT Cruiser came in with a few dents, some peeling paint, some rust, and generally looking tired and faded. It's our Car of the Day because it left looking like a million bucks. . . with our least expensive Enamel, Single Stage paint job.