Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2001 Chevrolet Silverado. This truck came to our shop after an unfortunate encounter with a Nissan. Luckily insurance covered all of the needed repairs! With collisions there are usually many damaged areas unseen at first glance. This "fender bender" damaged a couple of vital areas of this truck's appearance such as the radiator support and a couple of frame mounting points. We worked with the insurance company to either repair or replace these damaged areas and we painted the replacement panels to match the factory color. Once everything had been completed we detailed the pickup and returned it to its owner looking great once again!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1990 GMC Pick-Up Truck. This old hauler came to our shop looking pretty beat. Its original paint had been fading and peeling over the last couple of years and its owner decided to sand all of the unsighty failing paint down. After a car is sanded, it will need paint especially if there are bare metal spots. We prepped the truck with our "Basics" package, Cleaning the body with a chemical to remove any road contaminants clinging to the paint, a "Scuff" with an abrasive hand pad, and masking all of the windows, lights and trim pieces. After the prep was completed, we refinished the Chevy with a "Single Stage" paint!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2001 Chevrolet Silverado. It is a work truck had been in some kind of accident and the owner replaced the bed with one from a junkyard. The salvaged bed was the wrong color and appeared to have been off a truck that had burned. All of the paint on the front of the bed was scorched off and the metal was rusting. We reconditioned the rust and painted just the bed to match the original white of the cab.