Showing posts with label Trim Removal. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Trim Removal. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 1, 2022

2000 Toyota Celica- Overall Paint Job and Color Change

 This customer brought in his vehicle to correct the delaminating paint and to change the exterior color of the vehicle to Toyota's "1G3 Magnetic Grey Metallic". He had decided on going with our "Best Way" option of taking off anything that is not meant to be painted the same color as the car such as: headlights, taillights, side markers and nameplate badges. The customer chose our Urethane paint with a Urethane sealer. We also sanded out any misc. key scratches all around the car. Once we were finished with prep we painted the car, reinstalled the lights/badges and the car was good to go back on the road! 

2000 Toyota Celica- Before paint at Almost Everything Autobody2000 Toyota Celica- After paint at Almost Everything Autobody2000 Toyota Celica- Before paint at Almost Everything Autobody2000 Toyota Celica- After paint at Almost Everything Autobody2000 Toyota Celica- Before paint at Almost Everything Autobody2000 Toyota Celica- After paint at Almost Everything Autobody2000 Toyota Celica- Before paint at Almost Everything Autobody2000 Toyota Celica- After paint at Almost Everything Autobody

Thursday, October 27, 2022

1998 Porsche Boxster- Overall Paint Job

 This customer brought in their 1998 Porsche Boxster for an overall paint job. We did a couple of repairs to the vehicle on the front bumper, left fender and the trunk lid. This customer chose the Urethane Paint with a Urethane Sealer. The customer also chose our Chip&Scratch option to smooth out any scratches that would show up under the new coats of paint. When the customer came to pick up he was very pleased! 

1998 Porsche Boxster- Before work was done at Almost Everything Autobody1998 Porsche Boxster- After work was finished at Almost Everything Autobody1998 Porsche Boxster- Before work was done at Almost Everything Autobody

1998 Porsche Boxster- After work was finished at Almost Everything Autobody1998 Porsche Boxster- After work was finished at Almost Everything Autobody
1998 Porsche Boxster- Before work was done at Almost Everything Autobody
1998 Porsche Boxster- After work was finished at Almost Everything Autobody
1998 Porsche Boxster- Before work was done at Almost Everything Autobody
1998 Porsche Boxster- After work was finished at Almost Everything Autobody




Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Doing It Right--High Quality Paint Job

Car getting ready for top quality paint job at Almost Everything Auto Body.
This is what you do if you want a great paint job: you take the car apart so that paint can get into the nooks and crannies and so that paint does NOT get on the chrome, rubber, windows and other trim parts. Then you fix all of the little dings, dents and gouges. The owner of this 2002 Chrysler 300M takes very good care of his car but the years had taken their toll and up close it had chips, scratches and dings. When we finished, it looked like a new car again.

Trim Removal:
Lights, chrome and trim removed in preparation for complete paint job.

Trim Removal:
"Trim Removal" refers to taking off all the parts that are not supposed to have paint on them.

Trim Removal:
Trim can include lights, weatherstrips, windows, door handles, bumpers, etc.

Trim Removal:
If you don't want parts painted together, you disassemble the car prior to paint.

Trim Removal:
Trim removal as shown in this series is optional and at additional cost.

Ding Repairs:
Small ding marked on hood in preparation for repair.

Fixing Scrapes & Gouges:
Paint chips & scratches sanded smooth. Dings & gouges marked for repair.

Fixing Scrapes & Gouges:
Paint chips & scratches sanded smooth. Dings & gouges marked for repair.

Completed:
Finished product--a virtually new car.

Completed:
Complete base-coat/clear coat paint job on 2002 Chrysler 300M at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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Overall paint job on 2002 Chrysler 300M at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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Whole car paint job on 2002 Chrysler 300M at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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Two-Stage paint job on 2002 Chrysler 300M at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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Top quality paint job on 2002 Chrysler 300M at Almost Everything Auto Body.

Monday, November 9, 2015

A New Look

Color change on 2007 BMW 328i at Almost Everything Auto Body

It was time for a change. Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 2007 BMW 328i that the owner changed from silver to gloss black. To make the transition clean, the owner chose to have the car disassembled so the new paint could flow into nooks and crannies and so there would not be overspray on lights and chrome. We removed the grills, door handles, mirrors, mouldings, fuel door and, of course, all of the lights and reflectors. We also painted the insides of the door jambs.

Before:
BMW 328i before color change from silver to black.

After:
BMW 328i after color change from silver to black.

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BMW 328i before color change from silver to black.

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BMW 328i after color change from silver to black.

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BMW 328i before color change from silver to black.

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BMW 328i after color change from silver to black.

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BMW 328i before color change from silver to black.

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BMW 328i after color change from silver to black.

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BMW 328i before color change from silver to black.

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BMW 328i after color change from silver to black.

Before:
BMW 328i before color change from silver to black.

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BMW 328i after color change from silver to black.

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