Vehicle Paint Colors: What You Need To Consider When Choosing Yours

Posted on: 23 January 2016

If you're fixing up an old car or you have recently been involved in a car collision, you may be considering taking your vehicle to an auto body collision repair and paint shop to upgrade its paint color. After all, the color of your car is the first that you, as well as others, see. And with so many different shades and hues of colors available, and popularity of certain colors ranging from one year to the next and by vehicle type, how do you choose the best color for your ride?
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Touching Up Your Paint Job After A Minor Collision: Vital Tips

Posted on: 29 November 2015

When an auto collision results in only minor damage to your vehicle, you may be able to make the repair yourself. This is especially true if a collision results in only small scratches or chips that damage your paint job. In this case, you can generally touch up the paint job without any difficulty as long as you follow certain precautions. Here are some key tips for restoring your vehicle's paint job after a minor collision.  Color 
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How To Clean Your Convertible Top

Posted on: 19 August 2015

You may be excited about your new convertible, but if you do not take good care of your convertible top, it may not last as long as you'd like. You will usually need to clean your top once a month. The convertible top may also simply look grimy and unappealing if it is not cared for properly. To know how to clean it, you will need to consider the type of top you have.
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3 Questions To Answer Before Choosing A Body Shop

Posted on: 29 June 2015

Even a minor auto accident will likely mean a trip to the body shop for paint and collision repair. Although you may have a mechanic you prefer, chances are you don't have a body repair shop programmed into your speed dial. Before choosing a shop, find out the answers to these three questions to make sure you can trust them with the repair of your car. Your goal is to have your car back in the same, or better, condition than it was before your accident.
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