OUR RESTORATION PROCESS ISN’T JUST A PAINT JOB IT IS END TO END, TOP TO BOTTOM & INSIDE AND OUT!
LEVEL I: A True Tractor Restoration
Tractor is disassembled
Carcass is split into 3 pieces: motor, transmission and rear end.
All 3 sections are taken down to bare castings and rebuilt
Carcass is then reassembled
Carcass and sheet metal are media blasted and coated with Epoxy Primer. The Epoxy
Primer is the foundation to a beautiful, flawless finish that will last for years.
Sheet metal is repaired (dings, dents, etc.)
The carcass, sheet metal and small parts are painted with the best urethanes on the market. We use our state of the art downdraft paint booth. This booth also bakes the finish on.
Piece by piece, the tractor is reassembled with new wiring harness, gauges, belts, hoses, clamps, radiator, exhaust, decals, etc.
LEVEL II: A Face Lift
This is for the tractor that runs well but looks bad. Level II is strictly cosmetic repairs and refinish with only owner requested mechanical repairs.
Additional options are available. For example: work lights, taillights, etc.
Quality is priceless…
Restoring a tractor and is a labor of love that requires patience and perfection. It is important to understand the painting process and the commitment that Arthurs Tractors makes to you and restoring your tractor. While others use lower end the paint and no primer. Arthurs Tractors believes that quality materials are key to restoring a Tractor to its prime.
Our process starts with a comprehensive media blasting of all metal parts including castings. We then apply corrosion resistant epoxy primer. The next step in the restoration process is top notch European urethane paint that averages $400 per gallon. Arthurs Tractors offers an optional clear coat for added protection. Everything is painted in our state of the art down draft paint booth. The booth provides a climate controlled dust-free environment. The finish is baked on to give you a look will that will last a lifetime. The paint will not fade, crack, or peel.