This is Part 18 of the story on our 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona Project Nuremberg Car. In future Parts we will update you on the Project Car itself and the restoration process. (Start with Part 1).
After may delays and issues our Project Nuremberg Daytona is out of the Paint Booth! The worry over a prized car going off to be painted is not unlike the expectant father waiting for his spouse to deliver their new baby. You are sure everything will be ok and the mom and baby will be healthy and beautiful. BUT, there is always that chance that something might go wrong.
It has been slightly over nine months for our “baby” to emerge from the birthing room but she is beautiful! She still has a lot to be done to her before she is ready to take her proper spot on the show floor at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals in Chicago this November. This is arguably the most prestigious muscle car show in the Country and it is the perfect place for a proud mom and dad to introduce their new baby to the world!
Here are a few photos the proud parents took of the Nuremberg Daytona with its new suit of color. We will continue to bring you bits and pieces of the car as it comes together over the next 60 days but will save the completed photos until after the MCACN show.