hey guys, recently bought a 2003 325i sport and I LOVE it. I wanna keep almost everything OEM except some lighting upgrades to keep that updated look. however the paint is the only problem. I have the midnight navy as the stock paint (don't know the exact name or code) and it has some serious...
hey guys ,just wanted to start a thread of a build I have been documenting just haven't had time to post up the pics.
-FULL PAINT(FROZEN SILVER)
-WHEELS (DPE WHEELS)
-QUARTER PANEL WIDENING
-BLACK SUEDE HEADLINER
-CARBON FIBER INTERIOR WRAP
-MTECH 2 FRONT & REAR BUMPER (DDM)
Hey Fanatics, I have an E46 that I need painted desperately. Local body shops around my area want to charge me $3,000+ and I just do not have that kind of money. So I am looking for someone who could paint my car. I'll come to you and I'll bring the paint and supplies. Price is negotiable :D
Ok so this is my first ever DIY that I have posted, if it's been a DIY prior to this then I apologize I am certainly not trying to steal anyone's thunder, so-to-speak... so this is going to be a slow and steady because that's what you have to be with painting anything and as always the "prep"...
Im opening a new thread with new pictures of before and after.
The other thread was too big.
A big thanks to all peeps at Impressive for all your advice and hospitality.
I will be back for the s54 swap soon.
Leo and all others.
A guy put some dents and scratches in my passenger-side doors and insurance is going to cover the cost.
Since the cost is covered, I'd appreciate some recommendations about great body/paint shops, since the repair requires some tough dent-pulls, and paint matching. BMW Seattle recommended...
had a little mishap with the car and ended up scratching my bumper. Not too bad but bad enough not to ignore:confused:. Any one know of a good place in the Seattle vicinity that does a good job but still is affordable?