This wing had a nasty scratch and dent, luckily not touching the door. The back corner of the bumper also needed attention. The problem when wings are dented is the sharp edge you get going around the wheel arch is often flattened and as a result not only does the dent need fixing, but that edge needs building up too. Using a decent body filler and sanding techniques, mostly by hand the edge can be made sharp again.
Another victim of a driveway wall, the damage on this vehicle unfortunately not only damaged the bumper but put a nasty dent in the corner of the back wing. Using our SMART repair system the damage was repaired, paint and lacquer was blended out onto the wing panel and polished up. The blue metallic paint was mixed up in the back of the van and tweaked for a perfect match.
Spent a day going over this car and giving it a make over. It had damage on the front wing, at the bottom of both doors and other various scuffs around all four corners of the bumper.
This 4×4 Toyota in a lovely green (well I think it is) had a nasty bump on its wing. After some panel beating, a little filler and a few good rub downs with primer the wing was ready to be sprayed with a base coat (colour) and a nice thick top coat (lacquer).
Dents in wing on this blue rover. Even though the dents where fairly minor the actual wing had been pulled out by a large margin. Putting a straight edge along side it showed how far it needed to be banged back into place. If only the dents where repaired then it would look ok looking at it straight on, but from the side it would have looked odd.
Here a wing has been badly crushed in, damaging the front indicator too. Most garages will want to replace the whole wing with an expensive cost attached.
Wings are often scuffed just as much as bumpers, especially with small driveways. SMART repairs are designed to work within the affected area keeping it as local as possible, this way the new paint can be blended for a perfect match with no need to spray the whole wing.