It's sometimes kind of a shame to see someone put what is obviously a lot of work and effort into restoring a car, and then overlook the details. For example, if you look closely I don't think that battery is correct for a 1951 Airflyte. And I'm pretty sure that exhaust should be a single pea-shooter pipe exiting on the passenger side, tucked under the bumper.I know it sounds nit-picky, but a Concours judge might decide to take points off for little things like that.
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