Showing posts with label primer. Show all posts
Showing posts with label primer. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Mustang Complete Paint Job

The grey areas are where the original paint had fallen off this Ford Mustang.
Mustangs are dream cars for a lot of people but this one looked more like a nightmare. The paint had been peeling for years. Which was sad because except for the paint, the car was like new. It had incredibly low miles and the interior was in great shape. So we stripped off all of the bad paint, removed the spoiler so we could paint under and around it, applied a new coat of primer-sealer, and then repainted the entire car.

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Peeling paint on Ford Mustang when it arrived at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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New paint job on 1998 Ford Mustang at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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Original grey primer exposed where factory paint peeled on 1998 Ford Mustang.

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Complete paint job on 1998 Ford Mustang at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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Delaminating paint on 1998 Ford Mustang prior to repainting at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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Overall paint job on 1998 Ford Mustang at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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Peeling paint on 1998 Ford Mustang prior to repainting at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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New paint job on formerly peeling 1998 Ford Mustang at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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Faded Ford Mustang before paint job at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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New paint job on formerly peeling 1998 Ford Mustang at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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Peeling Ford Mustang before paint job at Almost Everything Auto Body.

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Complete car paint job on formerly peeling 1998 Ford Mustang at Almost Everything Auto Body.

Monday, July 14, 2014

1988 BMW 325i Customization and Paint Job!

Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 1988 BMW 325i convertible.  This classic brick of BMW steel came to our shop looking like all of the other "boring" E30 BMW's out on the road.  It was wearing its original "Diving Board" US spec metal bumpers, the "Early Style" short valance, and had a whole slough of other undesireable factory installed original parts. We tore the car down, and converted the body parts over to the newer, better looking (in 99% of the worlds opinion) "Late Model" plastic bumpers, longer front and rear valances, and replaced many of the parts with their "Euro" counterparts, things such as the Grilles, etc. The BMW was painted using our Premium "Base / Clear" paint, in its original color "Salmon Silver" 

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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

1986 Toyota Pickup Paintjob!

Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 1986 Toyota Pickup. We began beautifying this beast by first cleaning up all of the exterior surfaces with a rough hand pad and a degreaser to ensure no grease, wax, or other contaminants were clinging to them. Once that step was complete we began masking all of the trim, windows, and other unpainted parts to protect them from overspray.  Finally the Pickup was ready for its new paintjob, we applied its original color, in our most affordable Enamel Paint!

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Friday, June 13, 2014

2006 Honda Civic Si Paintjob!

Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 2006 Honda Civic Si.  This sporty economy car came to our shop looking much older than its truly was.  There was lots of primer all over the car, covering up some bodywork done outside from our shop.  Once the car came in, we began sanding the entire car to remove rock chips, scratches, and most importantly, the infamous terrible looking peeling paint. Once that step was complete we applied a primer to seal the surfaces, and finally repainted the Civic in its original color!

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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

2001 Honda Accord Paint Job!

Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 2001 Honda Accord. This Accord came in with the usual bad Honda paint; Chipping, Fading and Peeled all over. Before we could put some paint on we strongly reccomended lots of sanding to remove the old failed paint. The car's owner agreed, we promptly began sanding off all of the sunburned original paint down to a smooth, paintable level. Once complete we applied a "Primer Sealer" to provide our new paint a surface that it likes to stick onto. Lastly we applied our new coat of "Enamel Single Stage" Paint, which beleive it or not is one our basic paints that we offer, for an amazingly shiny finish that didnt cost this car's owner an arm and a leg!

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Monday, September 23, 2013

1999 Mercury Villager Re-Painted!

Almost Everything's Car of the Day is a 1999 Mercury Villager Minivan. This people mover came to our shop as many late 1990's vehicles do, its paint was peeling, faded and quite ugly. We started by first removing the peeling or "delaminating" paint, smoothing all of the old jagged edges of paint down to an even, paintable surface. Next up was primer-sealer; we applied a coat before paint to ensure proper adhesion. Finally its beautiful, original color was painted on with our Enamel paint, losing the "2 tone" color scheme for a more modern look!

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