The Spanish phrase "pintura para carros" roughly translates to "painting for cars" in English, according to Online-Translator.com. Another possible translation of the phrase is "paint for cars," as the Spanish term "pintura" can mean "paint" as well as "painting".
"Carros" is the Spanish word for "car" and it is derived from the Latin word "carra" which is the same word that English word "car" is derived from, according to Dictionary.com. The term car was used to refer to a wheeled vehicle as early as the fourteenth century. It came into wide use in the United States in 1826 as a way to refer to railway carriages. Later, it also became a term for automobiles.