Renny Doyle to detail original Air Force One
BIG BEAR LAKE, CA — Master Detailer Renny Doyle of Detailing Success has assembled a team of 33 high-end detailers from around the country to detail and restore the shine on the original Air Force One.
The plane is on display in the Seattle Museum of Flight.
“This is my legacy as a detailer and I am proud to share the experience with thirty of the best-trained detailers in the country,” Doyle said in a press release. “I have carefully selected my team because there is no room for mistakes in detailing this prestigious $100 million plane. There are a lot of moving parts that go into it. The height alone is staggering and requires a cherry picker to reach the top of the vertical stabilizer. The wings are slippery to walk on so it’s dangerous; and the finesse involved in polishing the fuselage and wings sometimes requires awkward angles that are very tiring to the arms and upper body.”
It will be the airplane number 4,000 for Doyle during his 25-plus year career.
Doyle and his team will also detail other aircraft at the museum including the B-47 Stratojet bomber on display at the south entrance of the museum.