Body & Paint

 
 1967 Ford Mustang

1967 Ford Mustang

We deliver every restoration with a mirror-like, show-quality finish. Why? Because first impressions are the most important. When you walk up to a vehicle, the paint is the first thing you see. You can spot the bad ones from a distance. And as you walk closer, the worse they look. But the great ones are the opposite. The closer you get, the more richer, deeper, and reflective they will appear. So, what makes a great paint job? All of the work that goes into the body before the paint is ever applied. That's right. A great finish is only as great as its foundation.

We start by taking the body down to its substrate, which is typically bare metal or fiberglass. From there, each body panel is finessed to remove every imperfection. Rust is replaced with new metal. Dings, dents, and ripples smoothed and flattened. High-grade primers sanded by hand to remove even the smallest of scratches.

Don't be mistaken though. We're not going to put all that work in without applying a premium paint on top of it. The better the paint, the more UV protection and scratch resistance it has. Our paint jobs are meant to last because none of us actually own these cars. We're just the caretakers until the next generation gets behind the wheels.