Are you tired of the colors that automobile manufactures offer? Do you want your car to be different from everyone else? Then why don’t you consider getting your car, truck, motorcycle, or any other type of automobile custom painted. Be forewarned, however; a custom paint job can be expensive therefore it wouldn’t advised to spend a lot of money having a car with little or no value custom painted. Expect to pay anywhere between $3,000 up to $15,000 for a custom job. Let’s check out some of the available options.
Custom Paint Color Options for Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles and other Automobiles: Mirage Color Changing Paint
Dupli-Color offers a line of custom paint called Mirage. The Mirage product reflects different colors in different viewing angles or lighting condition changes. The company offers 5 different color kit options: Ice Kit, Purple/Green Kit, Silver/Green Kit, Gold/Magenta Kit, and Red/Blue Kit. Each kit comes with base coat, mid coat, and clear coat. To view examples of custom jobs or to find the nearest outlets to buy Mirage products then visit Dupli-Color at: Mirage.
Custom Paint Color Options for Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles and other Automobiles: Temperature Changing Paint
Yeah, you read that caption right. There is a line of custom paint on the market that actually changes paint depending on the temperature. This custom concept for cars and trucks is different from the ever popular Mirage angle color changing custom paint. This product can actually go from black to white, red to blue, and other options. According to Trippinpaints.com, “We could for example have a Viper painted on the hood of a Dodge Viper that would only appear when the engine got the hood hot, or real ghost flames that are invisible until activated. We can engineer the paint to change colors at any temperature between 0 F to 160 F.” Trippin’ Paints can also be reached at: 936-697-1520 or via the website Trippinpaints.com for more information or to purchase custom paint.
Custom Paint Color Options for Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles and other Automobiles: Flip A Switch & Change The Shade
If you are willing to wait until 2010 then you may be happy if Nissan offers consumers to be able to change the color of there car or truck with a flip of a switch. According to Ed Sherbenou in his article Color Changing Car Paint – New From Nissan he states, “A polymer layer with iron oxide crystals is the secret. These crystals alter their internal spacing when exposed to the electrical charge. Increasing the gaps between molecules modifies the wave-lengths of light which are absorbed and reflected. Nissans with color changing paint may be available by 2010.”