First I’d like to give credit to the gentleman who’s name is on this picture. It was not posted by him on Facebook, and he isn’t on Instagram from what I can find, but he took a picture of the #greenhornet from Saturday’s parade I love it!
When I first saw the picture on Facebook, my first reaction was shock. I see these cars everyday, and I can visually see a difference from working on them, but once they are out in the sun, and I see how someone else captures it, it makes my work look even better!
When I started detailing this car for the parade, it had a ton of swirls and marring in it. Someone wrote on the hood while covered in dust, and as all the #detailersofinstagram know, that causes scratches. So I spent 15 hours, paint correcting this beast. I was able to remove all the defects with a compound, and microfiber pad. Then I shined that gloss back slowly with my polish and a white #rupes finishing pad.
From my test panels I did, that was the best combo, and now looking at this car on Main Street #baxtersprings , it looks even better! You can see on the grill that it has bugs on it now, and then it hasn’t ever been restored. So the chrome and paint is however old as the build. All these cars in his museum get driven. They will drive to and from the storage location to the museum and back.
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