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BMW repair

DSCF7986 DSCF7989 DSCF7992This BMW is in the shop to get its fender repaired. Here you can see we have it in primer in the first picture. The second and third pictures show it in  base coat and the finished product with clear. We will get this installed and cleaned up for the customer and ready for the weekend.

Bumped up bumper

DSCF7961 DSCF7967 DSCF7970 DSCF7960 DSCF7972This BMW was in tussle with a post in a parking lot. It did a very small amount of damage to the bumper but unfortunately the guys wife wouldn’t let him live it down. So, he stopped by to have it repaired for her. We first removed the bumper to allow access to the back side of the bumper. We heated the bad spots and molded them back to as close to where they were supposed to be as possible. We then filled the low areas and blocked it out to smooth up the area as best as possible. Primer was then put on the repair to fill in the final spots and provide a nice base for the paint. The entire fender was then sanded to ensure a good adhesion for the sealer and paint layers that followed. 2 coats of clear rounded off the repair. Tomorrow we will reinstall this bumper and get the car back to its owner.

Beemer mender

DSCF7948This BMW is in the shop to get the left fender repaired. Being an aluminum fender, we have to send that out to our metal fabricator to get welded up. We removed it and took it to him, once he has welded it, we will finsih the repair, paint it and re-install it. This should be a fairly simple repair and we epect everything to so smothly.

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