Bob what sort of money would i expect to pay to have a car repainted black, or blue...nothing fancy...no artworkI had some body work and painting done on my two vehicles that were involved in an accident at Jan's (Max car wash ) in Sosua and was very pleased with the work. Paint matched perfectly
The 'Nam kind'a repellent with DEET?... HA! YES! That stuff melts surfaces! (kind'a like polishing aluminum... it won't polish really! you polish so fast and hot it gives it a quick surface melt!)And here's a related tip: Are your headlights fogged over from the sun? Try rubbing them with a cloth sprayed with bug repellent.
You'll be surprised how good they look.
I will but it will take some time. I will be out for 2 months.Let us know how it works out.
theres a shop right outside p.p. going to santi on the right hand side....always has toyota 4x4s there....check him alot of sanding thats funny....I will but it will take some time. I will be out for 2 months.
I just got another quote from a "patio" shop in Sosua which came recommended to me too.
Same job description, same vehicle... RD$55'000.oo ... over 50% over the previous one! When I asked how so so much... he said it will take a lot of sanding... I saw the guy sanding next to me on a different vehicle... didn't even have flip flop... typical case of "expensive" Dominican labor.
Some won't believe it, but I have come to realize that the bigger guys, the ones with a real outfit, do more business, tend to be cheaper than the ones which look like out of Mad Max 1.