Today's Car of the Day is a 1974 Volkswagen Beetle, an old and trusted friend for the owner who wanted to help it look young again. We painted the entire vehicle in our economical enamel single stage paint.
Something flew up and hit the hood of this Jetta causing a big dent. Fortunately, it bounced over the windshield and didn't cause more damage. We pulled out the dent and painted the hood with original factory paint.
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1971 Volkswagen Beetle. Das Auto came to our shop looking quite delapitated and incomplete. It appeared to have been halfway stripped and never finished! We began making this Volkswagen look great again by first repairing all of the body imperfections that its owner specified that he wanted us to remove. Next we sanded out all of the imperfections, rock chips, scratches, and other surface blemishes. Once smoothed down, a sealer was applied to prime the surface and finally our Urethane Single Stage Paint was applied, leaving this Bug looking like new again!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1971 Volkswagen Transporter Van. This Fahrvergnügen came to our shop as a primered eye sore of a transporter, looking for the right color scheme at the right price! The Van's owner had acquired a toy car that we based the color combo off of, we duplicated the Two-Tone finish with our premium "Base Coat / Clear Coat paint, then finished off the classic look with some silver pinstriping!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1986 Volkswagen Westfalia. This mini RV came to our shop with mismatched, faded, old unsightly paint all over! In addition to the failing paint, lots of rust decided to join the party. This van is the owners baby. He had restored it mechanically. He came to us to put a long lasting, quality paint on it. After all of the body repairs and prep work was completed, we repainted it with our "factory-type" of base coat/clear coat paint!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1967 Volkswagen Beetle. This classic peoples car came to Almost-Everything with decent looking paint, however the surfaces beneath the paint were starting to fail or rust causing cracks, bubbles, and other unsightly blemishes. We started the repairs by first going over and repairing all of the owner-specified areas such as; treating rust, repairing dings and a couple dents. Once the body repairs were completed the car moved into masking where all of its windows, lights, trim pieces were masked off. Finally the car was moved into our booth where the entire exterior was refinished with its original color "Savanna Beige" in our Enamel paint grade!