onsite car detail | at your home
The human body and a car both need ongoing attention and proper upkeep. Owning several British cars since 1984, Iíve enjoyed meticulously restoring and showing my current 1979 MGB that I purchased in the year 2000. My fellow British car enthusiast voted me first place at the All British Field Meet in Portland Oregon in 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015 and 2016 in my car class; the rubber bumper models of MGB's. I love cars!
I find that people like a clean well cared for car, inside and out. Like a clean pair of shoes, you simply feel better when your car is clean too!
The proper approach is taken with the correct preparation, materials & polish with the painted surfaces and know how to detail a car very well!
Whether it be older one stage paint or newer clear coat paints; it takes passion, patience, skill and desire. Dan and MD have what it takes!
Dan will be professional and friendly, honest and forthright with pricing, with no hidden fees and be prompt in helping you!
Some of my clients cars include: Toyota, Honda, Ferrari, Volkswagen, Infiniti, Range Rover, Chevrolet & Ford
all cars have unique character and style, all of which I can detail
Ford | Chevrolet | Chrysler | General Motors
VW | Porsche | Jaguar | Mercedes | BMW | Tesla | Audi | Mini
Subaru | Hyundai | Kia | Mitsubishi | Mazda
Toyota | Honda | Nissan | Lexus | Acura | Infiniti
Ferrari | Lamborghini | Aston Martin | Rolls Royce | Bentley | Bugatti | Lotus
MG | Aston Martin | Austin Healey | Mini | Triumph
Sunbeam | Jaguar | Morgan | Land Rover | Lotus
Chevy | Ford | Dodge
My 1979 first place winner MGB Roadster. I've owned this car since 1999. It has been a rolling restoration. I've learned how-to go through all systems in my B to road ready reliable condition. I installed an original Over-Drive gearbox in 2010, (big job); and detailed the engine bay to a perfect condition. The paint on this car is 23 years old, a one-stage paint as original. When I purchased the car, it was badly oxidized. So I set out to learn to remove the oxidation, without damaging the paint. In 2006, I purchased an oscillating Porter Cable buffer and slowly learned the art of restoring paint. I spent over 100 hours on the paint over time, restoring it to the shine you see here.