New Colorado. I dig the scheme but I would dispense with the black wheels. Huge void under the wheelwell and all that. Can it be time for the “Blackout Everything You Can,” trend to be over?
White Challenger Content.
Hi. The guys in the back did this today:
Perhaps I should have brought the old F150 to UPS today.
More work stuff. Today was a pair of family haulers. The VW has no beige in the trim level with cloth. The Chrysler was done to match the Limited or whatever the top of the line would be.
...owns this Tundra. Diamonds Everywhere!
New Camry is nice inside. Toyota’s engineers definitely acknowledge that the inside is where you’ll be spending most of your time. Now the shop where I work improved it.
And Driving Matters.
There’s no punchline or pithy, maudlin platitude to come. They just don’t. This one only has 117k miles but the interior cloth was in pretty bad shape because parked outdoors in the south. We put 079 Dark Charcoal with Slate contrast stitch on it.
Another pair’o Camaro:
It’s a pretty cool color. Silver-gray with a gold-beige flake and a multistage coat. This one got our “designer series,” leather. It looks better in straight black than two-tone with red.
Had a customer order some leather for his 16 Camry Hybrid. He really liked his friend’s Sequoia with the Red Rock interior:
This came into the shop today:
Work stuff here:
Is because it’s the size of a fleet of ships:
2014 F150 with only 16k miles. Customer wanted black and gray. I ordered black and gray.
The customer had factory black leather in this car. But black was going to be too dark. Dealer couldn’t get a ceramic interior car so they chose our 091 Dove Grey