‘There’s something about these time capsules that everyone loves’
so unique. Look closely at the paint on this car and you will see cracks on the paint that spread out like a spiderweb. There is nothing quite like the look and texture. We are sure there are methods to duplicate this, but the real thing is a sight to behold.
Alfred won’t mind if people run their hands over the bodywork or even lean on the Plymouth. Another cool thing about patina cars is you don’t have to baby them or park them behind glass. You can drive them anywhere and not worry at all about dings or scratches.
Established classic-car shows abroad usually have a class made especially for patina or preserved cars. There’s something about these time capsules that everyone loves, and if you own such a car, you’re pretty lucky. How do you stop the deterioration? We’ve heard the best way is to keep driving and maintaining it like you would an everyday ride. Sounds simple enough.