We’ve all been there, when something falls over in the garage or someone parks too close at a local car show and suddenly your classic car has a dent. After spending thousands on a new paint job, the prospect of spending hundreds more to return its former glory can be maddening, not to mention the prospect of matching paint color and finish.
Thankfully paintless dent repair has changed the way we look at dent removal. Tony Mantovani of Twin City Dent Repair joins Mark Simpson in the shop, to remove a few dents in our project 1968 Chevelle. Tony admits some training is needed to learn how to properly remove dents, but when compare to the expense of primer, paint, sandpaper and compounds, paying someone to remove the dents will pay for itself. Looking at the results, we have to agree.