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Old 05-07-2007, 01:23 PM
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Where to get budget paint job in Tucson?

I have a parent in Tucson, (I lived there years ago) My Mother is looking to have her car (just a toyota) painted, she was going to go to the local Maaco, but I thought I would check in with the local chapter and see if any of you have ideas? Looking for a simple, basic paint job for a low(ish) price..

Any info/ideas appreciated!
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Hi Packrat, There is a place called Earl Scheib Paint and Body, They are Cheap enuf under $200.00 But I would think your Parent will get a better job at Maaco, If you want better than Maaco I have used Old English Creations and Tucson Frame and Body
send me a pm, I can get you more info on any one of these places. Phone # address Etc.
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When I was a kid growing up in tucson an earl scheib paint job was only 19.95.
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I remember an old truck my family had getting a Scheib job - they painted the glass, the tires, the whole deal for something like $50!

They are much better now though - did pretty good on my old T-Bird for $250.
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My first car ( 63 ford galaxie ) got an earl scheib paint job for 19.95. It was actually a pretty good paint job for the price. A little overspray on the tires & glass came off at the car wash no problem at all.
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