I recently started a new job detailing cars at a classic car dealership. You never know what is going to roll in, and in what condition, some of them just need to dust knocked off and the tires shined, others, well, you work with what you have. Here is a list of what I’ve detailed so far:

  1. 1950 Ford Custom Coupe
  2. 1968 Plymouth Satellite
  3. 1965 Ford Thunderbird
  4. 1951 Ford F1
  5. 1966 Chevrolet C10
  6. 2000 Toyota MR-S
  7. 2008 Porsche Carrera 997
  8. 1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Convertible
  9. 1978 MG MGB Roadster

I will say that I am more a fan of European cars, but the 65 T-Bird was absolutely stunning in its design. Sure it was a pain in the butt to polish all of the 80 or so pieces of chrome on it, but the result was amazing. You could sit in it for hours taking in the design details. And the Satellite was so cool with its long flat body. I’m not sure what exhaust was on the MGB but it was one of the angriest four cylinders I’ve ever heard.