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Gas Monkey Garage Show Renewed for Eighth Season

Gas Monkey Garage, featured in the popular cable TV show focused on custom cars, is back for its eighth season. Star Richard Rawlings and his crew continue to use Valspar Automotive's DeBeer Refinish products to help them turn run-down hot rods into fully restored, unique show pieces.

Rawlings, the owner of Gas Monkey Garage and visionary behind the custom cars, said he is thrilled to continue using DeBeer Refinish products in the show's work.

"Valspar has always taken care of my shop and our paint needs, and they continue to do so as we roll into our eighth season," Rawlings said. "It's critical that any paint we choose is easy to use, particularly in the fast-paced environment of our show. That's what we get from DeBeer."

Rawlings and his crew use DeBeer BeroBase 500, a high-quality basecoat system.

"From Ferraris to Trans Ams, the team at Gas Monkey Garage uses Valspar's DeBeer 500 System and coatings to bring these beauties to life," said Gina Mahan, brand manager for House of Kolor, Valspar's custom refinish brand. "Although DeBeer is an OEM-approved refinish brand, Gas Monkey Garage showcases its versatility with the incredible builds they produce. We are proud to continue to support such talent and look forward to seeing where season eight takes Richard Rawlings and Gas Monkey."

About DeBeer Refinish
DeBeer Refinish is a Valspar brand. The company was founded in 1910 and has been producing car refinishes since 1951. More than 140 countries are supplied from its site in Lelystad. DeBeer Refinish is synonymous with complete, high-quality and competitively priced car refinishes. The manufacture of these coats is designed to minimize environmental impact.

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