The key to any good paint job is the prep work. And this is what makes a good paint job costly....it is very labor-intensive. To do it right you need to remove all trim, bumpers, moldings, antennas, whatever, and of course sand and prep the metal before applying the paint and clear coats. Use quality materials and you will get a quality paint job, assuming the people who do the work are real craftsmen. Don't cut any corners if you want it to look good and be a long-lasting paint job.
Last edited by Rockman59; 06-10-2003 at 03:36 PM.