Are these being prepared for restoration or you used a filter?
There’s no filter and this car has been in this state for years. This is possibly the finished product. I think it has a clear coat to keep the rust at bay.
That is a neat concept, since we are used to seeing “candy land” with these show cars.
Wow! Straight out of a Stephen King novel. Sinister! I love it! 🙂
Thanks, Paul. It’s huge, too! Makes my Honda look like a toy.
I love the first one
Thanks, Nelson. Isn’t it cute?
I love the fact that he kept it to the metal
Love that top one in particular. Looks like the mouth of a deep sea creature to me!
Thanks, Howard. Buicks used to be a lot angrier back in the ’50s.
I do like the finish . . . I’ve often considered a similar finish to my cars . . . easier to maintain, but maybe not.
Sanded and polished steel! Would last about 20 minutes in Webster.
Now that’s a patina! 🙂
This is the only car I’ve seen fit a finish like this. A rare Buick.
Wow, a classic old Buick with some of those old, popular features. I absolutely love that first shot, Ken. Both shots are really nice but the top shot is just that, the-top-shot. 🙂 You should consider printing and framing that bad boy.
Thanks, Jimi. I’d love to print that one. I’ve got just the spot for it, too.
I’m a little late joining the crowd, but I have to tell you I love this top one, attitude and all.
Thanks, Linda. It’s a heck of a ride in person. I’ll get a shot of the entire car next chance I get. It’s a two seater!
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