Today's Lexus HS250h was rear ended. Interior photos show damage to parts inside the bumper cover. Often the outer, plastic bumper cover bounces back after an accident and it may look as if there is nothing wrong. But there is often serious damage to safety components that can only be seen after the cover is removed.
2017 Lexus had major damage in collision with Big Rig,We replaced quarter panel, suspension parts, doors, front and rear bumpers, fender, and straightened the frame. We refinished it with factory match three-stage pearl paint.
The 1991-2000 Lexus SC is one of the best and most beautiful cars ever made (and in the interest of full disclosure, we think Lexus went the opposite direction for the 2001-2010 SC.) That is why this example is our Almost EverythingCar of the Day. We fixed dents and rust, replace a few parts, feathered out any chips & scratches, then repainted the whole car in a new color using our Urethane 2-stage, Base Coat-Clear Coat paint. To top it off, we restored the headlights to their original clarity. We think the results are spectacular.
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2001 Lexus IS300. This sporty luxury sedan came to our shop on a trailer looking like none of the previously mentioned descriptive words. It was mismatched, faded and highly unappealing due to its multi-tone look. We corrected the issue using our basic "Single Stage Enamel" paint, in the car's original "Spectra Blue" color!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1997 Lexus SC300. This ahead of its time luxury coupe came to our shop looking very un-luxurious. Its original paint had failed a while back, leaving the car peeling and flaky. Our remedy is very straight foreward and effective, we first Sanded the car to remove the peeling, ugly old paint, and sealed the surfaces with a primer-sealer. Once that was starting to dry we finished the job with our Enamel paint!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1993 Lexus SC400. This luxury coupe came into our shop with the typical wear and finish of a 20 year old car. It had dings, peeling paint and plenty of rock chips and scratches! We began by repairing a selected few dings that the car's owner requested to be fixed. Then we moved the car into sanding where the peeling paint was removed. All of the windows, lights and trim pieces were masked to minimize overspray on them. We rolled it into the paint booth, primered, and finally painted it with our basic Enamel for a great looking finish that didnt break the bank!