No. I've seen so many Maaco paint jobs that turn out so bad because they don't prep properly. There is a reason their prices are so cheap... Find a real body shop, look at their work, tell them what you want and see if you can deal with them on the price, get it in writing.
maybe i would trust them to paint a spoiler or some sideskirts, but awhole car never. I let them paint my caddy years ago, and it was the worst paint job ever. The doors and the rear bumper were the only thing that looked decent. The trunk, hood, and the top of the car and rear bumper were awful. It had these lil dots/marks all over the car. So i asked the manager what where the lil dots all in the paiint. He tells me, oh its dirt, and their ventilation system isnt good enough to keep all the dirt that may get on the car while painting. He told me i would need to go to a custom paint shop to get a paint job without any dirt in the paint. All i can say was wow, and when you sign the inovice to get it painted, they have somethen in the contract that states their will be imperfections in the paint. Yet they advertise a factory paint job.
alright good answers then looks like im not up for that plan anymore, a guy that i work with used to work there and said he could get me a good deal, ive never dealt with or seen any advertisments from them so i had no idea about there terrible rep.
My ex's dad had his Firebird painted by maaco...didn't use the top of the line paint they offered, but some of the better. It looks pretty darn good, for a month or two, then it started peeling.
Now on my Dakota forums I used to be part of a guy had his done through them. He someone got a really good deal, but that deal still cost him $2000, and this included a whole new color, the right way. It was beautiful...but I only saw the immediately after pictures, not from awhile after.