Presented here is a restored example of one of the 1950's boldest designs. Numerous receipts on file indicate a plethora of mechanical and cosmetic work being conducted in 2006. Thousands of dollars were spent bringing this Atomic age automobile back to its former glory.
Photos within the file show the car in a state with minor patina prior to the restoration and painted in a pale green colour. Today, the vehicle sports delightful salmon pink paint with a grey patterned textile interior. Some mild wear on the dash indicates that some of the components were not treated to the restoration and could very well be original. In 2013 the vehicle was donated to the Museum and was reported to be in running and driving condition. As it has sat since entering, a mechanical servicing is most likely need to get the car in fully operating condition.
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