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I had a rare opportunity to detail this prized 1930 Model A. The car was trailored in to my shop from out of state, because he heard about my work. I was told this car had to be a perfect 10 when finished. Time involved was 7 and half hours. (of which 2 of them were spent under the car.) I went through a box of Q-tips and lots of chrome sealer. A car like this requires more patience because of all the detail in workmanship. The end result is what you see. Gary ;)
 

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There is a hardtop Model A sitting on a lot :eek: about 1.5-miles from my house - I've actually given thoughts to dropping the Sol and giving the A a look.

Beautiful piece of workmanship :thumbs:

The detailing looks good too ;)

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What size wheels are those, 18x3? :lol: Sweet job though.
 

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turbomangt said:

I had a rare opportunity to detail this prized 1930 Model A. The car was trailored in to my shop from out of state, because he heard about my work. I was told this car had to be a perfect 10 when finished. Time involved was 7 and half hours. (of which 2 of them were spent under the car.) I went through a box of Q-tips and lots of chrome sealer. A car like this requires more patience because of all the detail in workmanship. The end result is what you see. Gary ;)
Good work. :thumbs: Now that is a classic car!
 
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