Tim Suddard
Tim Suddard Publisher
9/8/15 1:29 p.m.
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With the Amelia show just three days away, and little or no gas left in our tank, we brought in the best in the business to detail our Tornado Typhoon for the big show. Tim McNair of Grand Prix Concours has established himself as the detailer to call if you want your car to look its best in national concours competition.

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Tim started under the hood where he not only cleaned, but rearranged wiring and even attached the harness, with more period correct fasteners. Even the catch tank cover with the modern Moroso logo got changed to take this car back to the late fifties.

Outside, he buffed and waxed the new paint to a mirror shine. From there more details—like removing the logo off the new radiator and even changing the front turn signal lights from amber to white to be less intrusive—were massaged as part of the work under the watchful eye of Tim McNair.

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G. P. Snorklewacker
G. P. Snorklewacker MegaDork
9/8/15 1:32 p.m.
Tim Suddard wrote: We’ll have the full story on how to detail your project can in an upcoming issue of Classic Motorsports.

Freudian? I'm an ass man m'self

Tim Suddard
Tim Suddard Publisher
9/8/15 3:26 p.m.

I am with you, but we should probably get that fixed.

TRoglodyte
TRoglodyte SuperDork
9/8/15 4:03 p.m.

The devil is in the details!

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