Because hand-made cars are each unique in their own way, it's impossible to project with any certainty what the final tally will be, even if we have done the same model previously.
Deadlines lead to shortcuts and shortcuts lead to substandard work. The process of handcrafting automobile bodies from steel or aluminum is one that we are passionate about, so every detail is meticulously executed. This requires patience and persistence to get it right.
Yes, but only if we have a buck. A buck is a 3-D template constructed, using either wood or steel, which gives us a hard surface to work on. In almost all cases, the car will need to be sent to us so that the buck can be constructed and, in turn, the pieces can be fitted to the car.
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