Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2007 Ford Explorer "Sport Trac". This pint-sized pickup came to our shop as another average looking, every day common, silverish-tan truck. The truck's owner was tired of blending in and decided to have our shop paint it with a tad bit brighter color. The chosen paint color was Ford's "Grabber Orange" more commonly found on late 1960's and early 1970's High Performance Mustangs, in our "Urethane Single Stage" paint material!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1997 Ford Mustang Convertible. This drop top came to our shop, it looked terrible! Years of harsh sunlight had ruined the original paint that the car came with. To remedy this issue we sanded the entire car to remove all of the peeling, chipping, and faded paint, then sealed the surfaces with a Primer! Once the sealer was applied, we painted the Mustang using its original paint's color code, in our "Single Stage Enamel" paint!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1996 Mazda Miata. This roadster came to our shop partially assembled, with lots of the usual peeling paint thats so common on these cars! The owner was tired of looking at his tired Miata and had us work our magic by first: Sanding the peeling or "Delaminating" paint down to a smooth and paintable level. Second, we applied a primer/sealer to give the new paint a nice, even toned surface to stick to. Lastly we repainted the entire exterior of the Miata using our "Single Stage Urethane" paint!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1995 BMW M3. This classic sports coupe came to our shop with a handful of assorted partial paintjobs somewhat covering its body. Over the years, damages occured to the car and were repaired at different times, now that those repairs were aging, your eye could really spot the differences in paint finish and color. The car's owner decided it was time to make the car all one color again. He decided to have us refinish the M3 using our "Urethane Single Stage" paint in the car's original "Dakar Yellow" color!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1998 BMW 528i. This luxury sedan came to our shop looking horrible, its original paint had deteriorated over years of unprotected sun exposure and UV rays beating on its surfaces. We remedied the ugliness by first Sanding the "Delaminating" or "Peeling" paint until the body panels were all smooth and free of old bad paint. Next up we sealed the car with a primer, giving the new paint an optimal surface to adhere to. Lastly we Re-Painted the entire car using our premium "Single Stage" paint, in BMW's original "Schwarz" black color!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2000 BMW 528i. This Mid-Sized luxury sedan came to our shop as an old, faded, crusty looking commuter. We brought this Bavarian back by first; Sanding all of the old areas with chipping and peeling paint down to a smooth, even, paintable level. Next up we sealed the surfaces with a Primer, and finally Painted the car using our "Single Stage Enamel" paint in BMW's original "Schwarz" black!