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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

The Veteran Car Club of San Paulo Brazil gave a tour to high schoolers... that is cool!

cars made between 1910 and 1930 like a 1917 and a 1923 Maxwell, 1927 Graham Paige, and a 1927 Huppmobile Erskine

Pagotto explained the differences between the bodies of the models exposed and expounded on the "Schools" American and European Restoration, first conceptualized the optimization of brightness, in the amounts of chrome and accessories, called "Restoration Show" and European: committed the accuracy of the restoration in the original patterns, using original materials and to maintaining imperfections from the time of manufacture.

Guided by instructor Fabio Pagotto young people had the opportunity to learn a little more about the history of the automobile from the early 20th century, the influence of the wagons of the vehicles and the pioneering era of Henry Ford's Model T in manufacturing

found on http://www.accasc.org.br/noticia.php?intNotID=82 which has more photos and info, via the newsletter of http://www.clubedocarroantigo.com.br/cca_m01_h_class.asp?cod_cli=33


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