At least the woman stayed and waited for my wife to get out of the store.....
It doesn't need it.well, it could at least be an excuse for a full new paint job! That part of it won't be covered, i'd imagine, but at least partially subsidized.
I guess you don't understand auto painting.The thing that pisses me off with the technique used these days, they want to blend into *everything* and end up painting half the car for a small area. They can't 'scrub' the clear together, so they need a natural division for that.
I understand auto painting. I guess you're okay with half your car having non-factory paint. And don't tell me how great aftermarket paint is, after years of telling people here how nothing is as good as factory paint.It doesn't need it.
The only thing is I may strip the hood and paint it, (stone chips, not many), the rest of the R is near perfect
No dings, no scratches, nothing.
Garaged, extremely shiny and straight.
I guess you don't understand auto painting.
Proper blending is the only way to assure a perfect match (or at least one that the eye can't see)
Paint fades, even black and if the quarter panel only was painted it would stand out like a sore thumb.
For a perfect example of this, see the left rear door on the Laser Blue R in the classifieds