Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2000 Pontiac Firebird. This car came to us badly in need of paint! It had been sanded and unfinished by one of its owners and was becoming very hard to look at. The car's owner didn't want to spend $5000+ on a paint job and decided they wanted to go with one of our very economical Single Stage Paints! We cleaned up the car, then masked all of the windows, lights, and trim. Once we finished our prep the Firebird was painted a vivid Electric Pearl Blue that its owners picked out from our color book!
Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 1990 Dodge Ram 250 Conversion Van. The interior still looks new! The outside. . . not so much. Almost Everything repaired the cracks & pinholes in the fiberglass roof, reconditioned the peeling paint & rust and painted the entire vehicle.
Almost Everything Autobody's Car of the Day is this 1977 Chevy Dually. The customer came to Almost Everything Autobody to make the truck look more presentable. It needed a lot of work. The old paint was peeling and raw fiberglass was showing through the paint on the fenders. Almost Everything Autobody took it from eyesore to the good looking truck it once was. We started by machine sanding the surface to get rid of most of the old paint. Then we applied a coat of poly-lok 2 component primer sealer. Finally we painted it with a durable, single stage paint. The customer picked a nice brown from Almost Everything's color book. The customer is so happy with the work that we did that he's not sure if he will use it for work any more--he doesn't want it to get scratched.
2001 Dodge Viper RT/10 that was hit by some debris on the freeway. The carbon fiber hood was damaged and the driver's mirror destroyed. Almost Everything Autobody repaired the hood, replaced the mirror and painted the entire car with a high quality base coat/clear coat.
Today's Car of the Day is a nice 2006 Chevrolet Corvette that came in with a crack on the right door. Almost Everything Autobody repaired the crack on the fiberglass door, refinish (painted) the right door and blended the right quarter panel for perfect color match. Almost Everything Autobody color sand and polish the areas painted to ensure a seamless match to factory finish.