Minnesota Man’s Rare Classic Car Expected to Fetch $1M at Auction

Although the original windshield was long gone, the previous owner knew people in the auto industry who created a clay model of the swept-back piece of glass, which was then used to produce a plaster mold that Maruska inherited when he bought the vehicle. With the help of that mold, Maruska was able to get a new windshield custom-produced.

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