A LOT OF PEOPLE don't understand vintage race car graphics. Today, everything is done with vinyl. But it used to be that all the stripes, the gumballs, the numbers, and yes, the actual logos and graphics, were hand painted onto the car by a painter. Using nothing but paint and a brush, a steady hand and a whole lot of talent. These guys were even on call during races in case a car crashed and they needed to do some touch up work. Mark does a lot of work on vintage race cars, boats and airplanes using the same techniques that were used decades ago.