In this day in age matte paint isn't a secret. Chances are you've heard of it, or better yet seen it. But getting a matte car ready for a show like SEMA? That's merely just knowing the steps and being prepared. You can do it yourself in just a few steps. Step 1: Before the Show Before your
Saturday Afternoon was spent on the streets of Chicago in shorts and a shirt. Feeling completely underdressed next to these cars, I took my pictures and walked away. Here is what I saw at Bentley Gold Coast in Chicago, IL.
If you’re on this site then you probably know at least a fair amount about cars. I’ll say that’s safe to assume. However, this was an interesting article to write because I’m trying to decipher exactly how rare it is to own a matte car. The article was intended to contain a lot of statistics and
Whether you're a sports fan, a regular concert goer, or whatever other reason there might be, tailgating is a part of the American culture. Heading out early to hang out in a parking lot with your friends is almost as fun (if not more) than the actual event. There's food, games, drinks, and tons
After a long year of innovating, creating, demonstrating, and expanding, we here at Dr. Beasley's are proud to announce the return to the 2013 SEMA Show. This will be our second year at the enormous convention held in Las Vegas, NV. Coming off of a very successful SEMA Show last year, we make
It’s a Sunday morning and it’s 70 degrees outside. With coffee in hand and the newspaper read, what do you do with the rest of your day? How about we detail that pretty four wheeled work horse you have in your driveway? Before you go whip out your old bucket and dirty rags, here is what you need to
People detail their cars in all sorts of ways. Many use local detail shops, some have mobile detailers, and then there's the folks who do it themselves (my personal favorite). Regardless of the method, one thing's for sure: detailing an entire car ain't cheap. Now we have a problem. You always want
There are always fancy new materials being introduced into top of the line vehicles which end up being standard offerings in time. Lately, OEMs have been using microsuede on the interiors of their vehicles as a high-tech alternative to leather in luxury and performance vehicles. I fully expect the
A little about me: I really, really don't like dirty cars. So much so that when I step outside and see a dusty Mercedes, a little piece of me wants to bust out a bucket and wash it for whoever is neglecting it. I cannot blame the car owner, but rather the fact that the importance of detailing is not
Thinking of a way to make your old car stand out? We came across an interesting article the other day that featured a car that was recently painted in chalkboard paint. So this got us thinking - how exactly would you care for this kind of car?