A very unique color and a badass Bimmer all around. This was another wrap.
When done correctly and with the right vinyl, carbon wrap can look legitimate.
This was a 3m vinyl wrap, the color suited this car so well. This could be you, stop wasting your money on beef jerky and save up for some 3m or Avery vinyl.
Title says it all!
A gorgeous c5 a6, freshly painted overall. It is NOT easy by any means to achieve such a perfect finish on black, but I happen to be a specialist at it.
The trunk of a freshly painted/sanded/buffed Audi A6. No photoshop, no tricks. and #NoFilter. Let alone can your vehicle get painted, but it can be finished flawlessly. It might take many hours but the end result is a mirror finish.
This was one loud and obnoxious 335i, and I absolutely loved it. The customer asked if i could do something with his scratched and faded trim parts inside the cockpit, so I suggested a color match. Turned out incredible.
This Audi got scrubbed and the leather got treated and conditioned, windows cleaned as well as every nook and cranny.
Cleaning up your bay and making it look spotless. As well as painting piping and valvecovers etc to match!
With a fresh set of wheels put on and some even fresher wax, this thing was dropping jaws.
Painted accents on this stingray, the vents on the fenders and quarters as well as the hood, it was such a good look. Almost evil.
This job was a massive undertaking. White with Escalade pearl, and also LOTS of green pearl. Hard to see in the picture but in the correct lighting this thing had a slime green shine to it.
Fiberglassing was one of the things I learned as a wee lad. This was actually my first box ever built. Replaced the back seat in my ‘98 Ford Probe.
Wether its wrap or dip or in this case, paint, changing your chrome and badges goes a long way. This is escalade pearl white, and it was beautiful in the sun.