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How to Restore Your Vintage Land Rover

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Do you have an old land rover in your garage? Could be you have a series that no longer runs. Land rover restoration projects are fun since you have a wide range of restoration options. Besides, the vehicles fetch a reasonable price in the car market. Below is a guide on how to restore your land rover. 1. Set the Intended Use and Scope of Restoration How do you envision your project? Read More»

Stop Making These 3 Windscreen Repair Mistakes

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The windscreen offers a lot more safety benefits when driving than you may know. The windshield can do more than protect you from wind, dirt, and bugs when driving. Thus, it is best to avoid driving with a damaged windshield. Cracked or damaged windscreens need immediate repair. However, you should avoid panicking and wondering how much it will cost to deal with the problem.  One way to have an easier time with windscreen repair is by understanding the mistakes to avoid. Read More»

Car Restoration Project? How to Determine If That Rust Is an Inconvenience or a Game-Changer

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Many people crave the days of yore and hate the “sameness” of today’s automobile design. If you feel the same way, you may have been looking for a period vehicle and have been searching the classifieds or forums for some time. If you find such a vehicle, you’ll want to make sure that it’s a worthy buy. But how can you tell whether the corrosion is fixable, or whether you should move onto the next? Read More»

Compelling Reasons to Leave Auto Body Spray Painting to a Mechanic

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Vehicle maintenance and repairs are not a cheap investment. If you want your car to retain its pristine appearance while ensuring that it stays roadworthy, you will have to spend a considerable amount of money on servicing, improvements and smash repairs as needed. Therefore, when the paint job has chipped or has lost its lustre in its entirety, you could be tempted to simply invest in spray paint and carry out the new paint job on your own. Read More»

3 Facts for Car Owners to Know About Auto Painting

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When your vehicle is involved in an accident, and you need to repair either a bumper, air deflector or spoiler, a paint job might be necessary. Most importantly, the colour of a repaired part or panel should match the rest of the car. However, even when armed with a car’s paint code, colours can differ in terms of shades. Therefore, knowing about colour matching is crucial to ensuring a car’s paint job meets your expectations. Read More»

How Engine Rebuilders Can Save Your Business Thousands Of Dollars

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Many Australian businesses rely on a variety of different vehicles, from construction vehicles like excavators and dozers to your run-of-the-mill town car. As with any business expense, you need to factor in the cost of maintenance and service for these vehicles, but every so often a traditional service will no longer do the trick. When you start hearing the word ‘engine rebuild’, it is easy to get spooked, especially if you are unfamiliar with what is involved in this process. Read More»

How to Effectively Remove Rust Using Sandblasting

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Sandblasting is the best method to use when looking to clean a surface quickly and efficiently. If you are revamping your vehicle, sandblasting is the most efficient process you can use. You can remove any paint, chrome or rust when preparing to repaint your car. But if you do not carry out the process in the right way, it may damage the underlying metal. You need to understand a few essential tips that would help you remove rust in your car using a sandblaster. Read More»

How Can You Get Perfectly Matched Paint on Your Car Smash Repair?

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After a car smash, getting your vehicle roadworthy again is naturally your top priority. Whilst your smash repair shop can certainly get you back on the motorway, you might also be concerned about whether they can properly restore the cosmetic appearance of your car. The paint colour is often a particular concern since it must be quite precise to bring your car back to its pre-smash appearance. Mismatched paint on the repaired part of your car can make the entire car look awful, so it’s wise to prepare for success in the following ways. Read More»