After raising seven children through their teenage years, I've had my fair share of experiences with selling used cars that have body damage. As a child saved up to buy a newer car, I was relied on to find a way to sell their old one for the most money possible. I have learned that fixing small dents and other aesthetic issues with your vehicle is a great way to significantly increase the sales price you ask when you put it on the market. But not all dents are worth paying to have fixed because it won't affect the value much. Whether you are just trying to make the money back that you've put into your vehicle or you're trying to make a profit, hopefully the pages on this website will give you some insight into what's worth putting your time and effort into fixing and what's best left untouched.
If you have any scratches on your vehicle, the best way to cover them up to ensure that your car appears like new again is to touch up the paint job in that area, especially if the plastic or metal underneath the paint is exposed. Here are some tips and tricks for doing this:
By following these tips and tricks, you are sure to have the best possible outcome for retouching the auto paint on your vehicle.Share
17 January 2016