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1933 Ford Sedan was in for a repaint after an unfortunate encounter with gravel at a car show.
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The side and front were peppered with gravel by another car's tires resulting in a lot of chipped paint and chipped glass.
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Sometimes you don't know what you have until you strip the paint off.
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For the best job all the fenders and small parts needed to be removed and refinished separately.
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Painting a car with the motor and interior installed requires some serious tapeing and protection.
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With the car in full primer, it's now time for the repaint.
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Now with new paint it's time to begin the reassembly.
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Stripes and graphics get applied by hand.
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Believe it or not, the Ford logo above the grill was free hand painted on, it is NOT an emblem.
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Terry, the proud owner, is ready to cruise!
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