Collision Repair & Painting
Classic Auto Body, Inc. is proud to offer the following collision repair and paint services:
COLLISION DAMAGE REPAIR
Most of today’s modern automobiles are of unibody construction. Unibody repairs need special equipment, operated by journeyman technicians.
At Classic Auto Body, our technicians use only the finest material and equipment. Each vehicle is repaired to factory specifications on our State-of-the-Art collision repair system. The proper repair of unseen damage is critical to the safety and performance of any vehicle.
We take special pride in our ability to match factory finishes as the final step in our restoration. The only factory matched finishes from the paint system are used. Special attention is paid to paint texture, gloss, and hue using our state of the art side flow paint booth.
Congratulations on Your Vehicle’s New Paint Job!
We recommend that you follow these simple precautions in the first few months of your new finish’s life:
IN THE FIRST 90 DAYS
- Do not wax or polish the vehicle-this will allow the finish to dry and harden completely. (Do not use waxes or polishes containing silicone.)
IN THE FIRST 30 DAYS
- Do not use the commercial car wash. Stiff brushes or sponges could mar the finish and damage the surface. Wash the vehicle by hand with cool water and very mild car wash solution. Be sure to use a soft cloth.
- Wash the vehicle in the shade -never in the sun.
- Do not “dry wipe” the vehicle-always use clean water. Dry wiping could scratch the finish.
- Extreme heat & cold are to be avoided.Keep the vehicle parked in the shade when possible.
- Do not drive on gravel road.Chipping the finish is easily done in the first 30 days.
- Do not park under trees which drop sap or near factories with the heavy smoke fallout.Sap & industrial fallout mar or spot a freshly painted surface.
- Trees are also likely to attract birds. Bird droppings have a high acid content and will damage a freshly painted surface. They should be washed off as soon as possible.
- Do not spill gasoline, oil, antifreeze, transmission, brake, fluid or windshield solvent on the new finish. If you do…Immediately rinse off with water. Do not Wipe.
- Do not scrape ice or snow from the surface. Your snow scraper can act like a paint scraper if the finish is new. Brush off the loose material with a soft snow brush.