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So this car was a long time in the making....meaning the owner saw the work I did on the 56 porsche replica I did here a while back. He was thoroughly impressed and wants to talk with me about maintaining his FLEET of cars...from what he mentioned, it was about 15-18 cars that need my work on them as they all look like the porsche before and he wants to make them look like the porsche after..

so, the owner of the shop, DandJ Auto got to talking and decided to set this buggy off (from a fiberglass exterior standpoint). I think we might have hit the nail on the head with this idea and hopefully the owner wants me to take care of the rest of his cars..which I hear include a model A, firetruck, older classics, and a few newer high end cars...

on to the pics!!!

Before pics:






check out the wheels...front not done, rear done

split shot - top done, bottom not

left not done, right done



After pics:










 

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Surprised I'm the first to comment. I love working on a car like this! You'll be heralded as a magician by the owner for years after a result like that. Sometimes neglect is good.
 

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nice work eric! mustve been fun to work on such a strange but uncommon car.

hope you are staying busy. its getting cold up in NYC!
 
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