Expert teams of paint technicians can take the plastic body parts of your vehicle and paint them to whatever colour you chose. This can include:
- wing mirrors
- side skirts
- front grilles
- air intakes
- trims and mouldings
Aero Dynamic Body Kits:
Expert fitters can replace the existing bumpers and side skirts of your current vehicle with any Aero Dynamic kit you like. In fact, many bodyshops fit kits from all the major manufacturers and kit specialists.
Alloy Wheel Customisation:
Further add to the impact of your customisation with the addition of some new alloy wheels. Fit alloy wheels from prestige makes such as Overfinch, Khan, Alpina and many more at superb prices. Most bodyshops can even supply your new wheels with the correct tyres.
Undertake to completely customise the interior of your vehicle from the colour of the leather, interior trim or even the steering wheel!
Multi - Media Customisation:
Paint technicians can take the plastic body parts of your vehicle and paint them to whatever colour you chose. This can include:
- DVD Players
- In car screens / monitors either headrest or roof mounted
- Games consoles (PS2, PS3, XBox 360)
- Upgraded hi-fi systems
- PC system housings
Privacy Glass / Window Tinting:
Car window tinting is one of the best ways to improve the look of your vehicle. It adds style and elegance to the appearance as well as many other benefits.
The definition of a customised car is pretty loose. Any vehicle that departs from the factory production model with aftermarket mechanical components, accessories or custom body styling is considered customised. Vehicle manufcaturers often collaborate with specialised custom shops to create special edition models. Car buyers often personalise their vehicles with aftermarket parts and special body styling.