There are plenty of ways to lose sleep during a restoration. A truly great paint job is one of the things that keeps us up at night. From absolute perfectionism in preparation, to sanding, sanding and more sanding, our paint jobs simply must be seen to be believed.
Our paint jobs come from our people, and our resources. We use only the finest Sikkens paint system to guarantee color matching and quality. And more importantly, our paint and body technicians are the best around. From seamless repairs on original paint, to complete restorations, Farland Classic Restoration is the only place you need for that truly jaw-dropping paint job.
If you're looking for a simple respray for your coffee cruiser, we have several recommendations. However, if you're looking to truly invest in your investment vehicle, we are the place. In many cases, our paint jobs are better than the factory standards. They're dead flat and simply gorgeous. Give us a call at 303-761-1245 to talk about your project.
The car when our customer purchased it was incorrect. This original RT was missing a painted black stripe and a trunk spoiler.
We prepped the car for the stripe addition.
After all of the prep work the stripe was painted on and the car was now almost done!
While the stripe was drying the gauge cluster needed to be refurbished.
After the restoration on the gauges was completed, it was put back into the car looking much better than before
Once the paint had dried, we carefully positioned the spoiler, drilled the holes and installed the spoiler. The job was done and the car was back to how it should have been!
Our customer brought us this Ferrari after years at another shop. The results of their body and paintwork are shown here. We prepped for a complete restoration.
Needless to say, we had to start from scratch. Here we see the previous shop's handiwork. Unbelievably thick body filler that 'blew off' the body.
Here, the hood is shown. This was a very recent job. The car was brought into sunshine and POP! Off it came. We media blasted the whole car.
The paint meter showed extremely high numbers all over. A factory paint job should read approximately 5-8 microns.
We performed extensive metal and bodywork on the Ferrari before it went to the paint booth - shown here.
Jack is prepping the body for another coat of dark gray metallic paint. This was after the epoxy primer - and before clear coat.
Close-up shot of the hood after several coats of paint and clear coat. Extensive sanding with many grits of sandpaper, then buffing results in deep, clear, flat shine.
The car, finished and reassembled after a complete body and paint job. We also restored the rest of the vehicle in-house, from interior to mechanical.
Finally the car had it's unveiling at the Cavallino show - a pre-eminent Ferrari event. It won Platinum in Class, Mar-a-Lago Excellence and the Wayne Obry Memorial Award for Excellence in Restoration.
Our customer brought us his 1971 Olds 442 W30. His wish was to do a complete color change to GM code 62 Bittersweet.
We prepped the entire body - from engine bay to door jambs and trunk. Then got to work priming.
We are known for attention to detail and exceptional paint. This car was no different. The results speak for themselves.
The customer was very happy with the results.