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Portrait of Stanley Greene, Paris, 1994 © Bernard Plossu
Portrait of Stanley Greene, Paris, 1994 © Bernard Plossu

Workspaces dedicated to the restoration of classic cars in Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay.

Some are organized, clean, almost like operating rooms, others a heap of old iron. Between one end and another, innumerable variations, some incorporate repository of valuable rarities, others simply decay in time…

Classic cars awaken indescribable passions. Its owners move mountains to find them, restore them, put them to use. Its lovers travel thousands of miles just to see and hear them racing…

In these fascinating workshops dedicated to mechanics, metalwork, carpentry, painting, electricity, tapestry, etc … these jewels are resurrected and the methods and pace of work adapt to the personality of the owners of both workshops and cars, their idiosyncrasies, wisdoms, humors and bank accounts…

The fact is that these workshops deliver over time (sometimes very, very long time…) machines that are bright, beautiful and exciting.

They are magical places of alchemical transformation.

Fernando Stickel

http://www.stickel.com.br/atc