I know that Maaco was terrible years ago....have they improved their painting techniques? Has anyone used them and what did you pay? Thanks
im getting my car resprayed, she's Black w/ gold flake. whats the best paint and clear for her?2 people already told you not to go there , so dont do it , put a add on craigslist that you want it painted and for how much , i can help you buy paint and clear so its good price /good quality and you just pay them labor .
It's all depends on the Franchise owner. I know a place that buys and rebuilds wrecks. A Maaco in a nearby city paints for them and they look like new cars, fresh out of the showroom. You have to do the research!Maaco shops are franchised own. Some shops are good. Some are not. Most of all you get what you pay for. Some do have quality paint work, but you will pay as much for it as you would anywhere else. If you want to use their services, check them out first. Talk to others who have had paint work done by them.
Years ago I had a Mustang painted by a local Maaco. I think that was nearly 10 years ago now. Today that paint still looks pretty good. I don't own the car, but I know the person who does. So, again, it all depends on the shop, and what you are willing to shell out.
This advice applies to all shops by the way.