Mustangs are dream cars for a lot of people but this one looked more like a nightmare. The paint had been peeling for years. Which was sad because except for the paint, the car was like new. It had incredibly low miles and the interior was in great shape. So we stripped off all of the bad paint, removed the spoiler so we could paint under and around it, applied a new coat of primer-sealer, and then repainted the entire car.
Today's 2016 Ford Fusion Energi needed some bumper love after someone (let's call them "Inconsiderate Villain") scraped it in a parking lot and failed to leave a note. We helped the owner get her car looking good as new again. The cost was low enough that she decided not to involve her insurance company so she could avoid a rate increase!
Today's customer needed a new door plus repairs to scrapes that went all the way down the passenger side of the car. She had insurance to cover the damage. Since half of her car was already getting repainted, she took the opportunity to change the color on the whole car. In cases like this, we simply write 2 orders: one for the insurance part of the repair and one for any additional work a customer wants to do. We credit the customer for any duplicate costs.
This 2006 Ford F-350 is a great truck that was looking a little old. We repaired some dings & dents and painted the whole thing a new color that made it look brand new. This is an example of our economical Enamel paint.