Lancaster Maaco Good or Bad?.
Took in my classic 64 Chrysler 300 to have repainted original color and minimal body work performed. Paid for their Best prep work & Best paint job available. They took over a month to complete the job to "take their time and do it right" (which I had no pbroblem with). It was difficult to properly inspect at time of pick up (dusty etc..) Once cleaned and inspected looked overall ok. I would rate the following for looks only on a scale of 1 to 10 (5 being average,10 being excellent) : Body work- 7, paint job- 6. Unfortunately one cant see how well a car was prepped and if it isnt prepped properly nothing else much matters. I paid over $3000.00 for their best possible job, which was only $900.00 cheaper than a quote from a local paint shop with a good rep. So far its been a little over 90 days and all seemed to be going well until a bubble appeared on the fender which means poor preperation. I am hoping that its an isolated problem and my car does'nt break out with the "measles" all over during the next 6 months. I did notice that the roof of the car was not prepped/painted well. (You can tell just by the feel of running your hand across it) I took it back to have the spot taken care of and am still waiting. Stay tuned for "updates" but I am worried that they will be negative rather than positive. Bottom Line: You should probably listen when people tell you to go elswhere. Their old commercial were partially correct " Uh-Oh Maaco"