Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2000 Plymouth Neon with lots of peeling paint. Many cars of this era are affected by "Delaminating Paint" a condition where the top layer of paint fails after years of exposure to outside elements, causing it to peel, flake, fade, crack, etc. Peeling or "Delaminating" paint must be removed in order for our new paint to stick to the car! We sanded down all of the bad factory paint, applied a primer sealer, painted this Neon with our basic enamel paint, and returned it to its owner shiny and new again!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1993 Lexus SC400. This luxury coupe came into our shop with the typical wear and finish of a 20 year old car. It had dings, peeling paint and plenty of rock chips and scratches! We began by repairing a selected few dings that the car's owner requested to be fixed. Then we moved the car into sanding where the peeling paint was removed. All of the windows, lights and trim pieces were masked to minimize overspray on them. We rolled it into the paint booth, primered, and finally painted it with our basic Enamel for a great looking finish that didnt break the bank!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1990 Mazda Miata. This race inspired roadster came to our shop looking hacked up and discolored. The fender flares were somewhat moulded to the body and needed some "Massaging" to make them smoother, and fit better against the cars body. We smoothed and finished the flares, scuffed up the old paint (after removing the miata hard top and mirrors) and painted the car the purest, brightest white we could find, while the hardtop and mirrors were painted the blackest black!