Mortality, longevity, lifespan used to apply mostly to people. These days, a lot of people talk that way about their vehicles. Owing to improved manufacturing precision, new technology and protective paints, vehicles that in the 1980s expired at 100,000 miles, today can be expected to offer useful lives up to twice that. For the average driver, that means a well-maintained car can last between 15 and 20 years. The weak link in this ever improving auto mortality is anti-corrosive coatings, which though considerably better than a couple of decades ago, still leave many models young at heart but with unattractive skin.

Suddenly it has become prudent to reinvest in vehicles once destined for the auction, or worse. TopGun is ideally positioned to recondition your vehicle from top to bottom, inside and out. With technicians skilled at everything from small dents to a complete repaint, we can put together a reconditioning package priced for exactly the level of repair and refinishing you choose. And you don’t have to wait until 100,000 miles to reclaim that new car look and feel.

For example, suppose you have a fender bender on the right front, but the headlights are yellowed, moldings are detached here and there, and maybe you have a missing outside mirror. We can remove the dent, but it’s more efficient for us to handle all these fixes together and we can pass the savings along to you.

Or, suppose you do wait until 100,000 miles and your car is mechanically just fine but paint is flecking, your shine is faded and ignored cosmetic issues inside like cracked leather, discolored vinyl,  or ripped headliners suddenly seem shoddy? TopGun can repaint your vehicle, stitch seats, replace headliners and whatever else it takes to give your old ride new life.  It’s worth the investment.