FenderSplendor Announces the New FS488 Paint Meter Manufactured in China the Same Day that General Motors Moves Its Electronics Purchasing to China

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After three years as America's dominant Paint Meter Distributor, FenderSplendor decided to manufacture its own Paint Meter and drastically reduce the price. Now every Car Dealer can afford a Paint Meter and avoid the painful and expensive experience of missing paintwork.

Allen Willey, founder of wholesalepaintmeters.com announced the release of the new 2007 FenderSplendor FS 488 Paint Meter on the same day that General Motors announced it is moving all of its electronics sourcing to China...making the headlines of Automotive News.

Willey said; "We searched the world over for the best manufacturer of precision instruments so we could offer the most advanced Paint Meter at a competitive price, and we decided to build it in China. Seeing General Motors and other world class Companies, such as Apple, build in China convinced us we could offer our Car Dealers more Paint Meter for less money." The new 2007 FS488 is priced so that every wholesale car buyer, auto auction and car dealer can afford it. "With appraisal mistakes becoming more and more costly, a Paint Meter just makes sense," said Willey. Willey claims that missing paintwork on an appraisal or purchase can easily cost a Car Dealer $1,000.

"Five years ago only buyers for high-line vehicles used a Paint Gauge, but today almost every dealer, new or used, realizes the importance of being able to find hidden body damage." "Once a luxury, a Paint Thickness Gauge is now a necessary tool in every car dealership or auto auction."

Willey went on to say that he markets the new FS488 Paint Meter directly to dealers on the Internet in order to keep the price at the most affordable level. Full details about the FS488 can be found at http://www.wholesalepaintmeters.com

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