Restoration Testimonial

"I had a 1967 Morgan Plus 4 that was in need of a new paint job. The paint that was on the car was popping, chipping and was in all round bad shape. I went to a body shop I had used for collision repair and they told me they do not repaint old cars. I asked a large body shop in Greensboro for a price to repaint it and they told me a staggering number, twice what I ended up paying at Maverick Auto Body. I happened to search online for places to paint classic cars and Maverick popped up so I went by there on my way home. I pulled in, showed Gary the car and got a price. I dropped it off the next day to start. It was quite an intensive job and took 3.5 weeks. I wanted to jump in and assist in the tear down and they were more than accommodating in allowing me to. I'm very happy with the results. I took pictures from start to finish and I will provide them to Maverick so they can show their great work. Getting a classic car painted is difficult, so many thanks to them for their hard work and willingness to work on this project." View Before & After Photos

When Should I Change the Oil in My Car

Femco®-Drain-Technology-olie-aftapplug-olie-verversenEngines are made of many moving parts, and those parts need to be properly lubricated to avoid damage to your vehicle’s engine. The oil in the engine provides a vital service, but over time that oil breaks down and becomes contaminated with dust, dirt and debris from your engine. When this happens, oil can’t do its job correctly. Changing your oil and filter will help to extend the life of your engine.

At Maverick Auto Body we you recommend an oil change every 3,000 miles. Some of the newer vehicles allow for oil changes at 5,000 to 7,500 mile mark under specific driving conditions. You can also extend the length of your oil change by using synthetic oil. Refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual to know with certainty.