The paint shop who is going to paint my car uses PPG paint and wanted to see what you guys feel about that brand.
Giggs said:that is okay with me because I am getting a hell of a deal on a paint job so as long as the paint is pretty known and doesn't have a bad rep, I am okay with it!
Well, if you're a paying customer, you're not bugging them.Giggs said:I do not know and I have already bugged them enough all from them installing lowering springs from just touching upa few spots on my car to painting the whole car to changing colors and then to making a few phone calls asking which paint they are using. I feel if I keep bugging them, they wont be happy and they are already helping me a ton on the price for the amount of work they are doing
They are using my car as a poster car for their adds. Not only that, i never asked for a deal. They offered it and are gauranteeing their work and everything, satisfaction and allblkturbo! said:Well, if you're a paying customer, you're not bugging them.
And if you're not a 'paying customer' and they're giving you a "great deal" on the paintjob, then be careful with them on what level of service/quality they provide you with. because if they are truly 'giving you' a great deal, then they're notplanning on spending all sorts of time making your car look awesome. Trust me, if they feel that they're financially helping you in a major way, then they'll just make up for it with much less time invested in your car.
The only way this doesn't hold true is when the bodyman and/or painter is your best friend.
Hell, I've even seen a shitty, quick job done on a guy's car at a shop where he was friends with the owner (I know both of them)....because they traded favors......yeah, that car wasn't exactly given any sort of special treatment by any means. It got 1 coat of single stage white paint with dirt particles left in it....no finishing touches what so ever. Put it this way, the car was lucky it was white.
So, pay in full, or beware!
wow... thats the lowest respray price ive ever seen in my life... does that include door jambs, underhood, etc? usually color swaps are in the 2500-4000 rangeGiggs said:I will and I am going to state right now, I am getting a full color change for $1,400 from red to RSP. Since they gaurantee their work to my satisfaction, it will be done until I love it. I am getting it back here this next week and will be 100% honest on the turn-out!!! I was going to get the whole car painted back to red for $1,100 and they offered a color change for only $300 more. I couldn't refuse seeing how it's gauranteed. I know some people may think I am stupid for this, but if you have seen my 13 year old paint now on my MKIV, you would take the risk too!!