Scottsdale brothers selected for Air Force One Detailing Team

(Submitted photo)

Christopher and Christian Parker (Submitted photo)

Christopher and Christian Parker of Detail Boss in Scottsdale are at Seattle’s Museum of Flight July 13-18 where they have been selected from hundreds of detailers nationwide to the elite 30-man Air Force One Detailing Team restoring and preserving the original AFO presidential jet that served as a flying Oval Office for Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon.

(Submitted photo)

(Submitted photo)

They are also restoring a 787 Dreamliner as a bonus project this year, according to a press release.

Both planes currently reside on the tarmac at Seattle’s Museum and suffer from the city’s torrential weather. The museum is building a covered hangar this year for the presidential jet as the team moves from a restoration to preservation stage, stated the release.

The AFO Team have become the “rock stars” of the detailing industry and the Parkers in particular have Barret Jackson Auctions, NASCAR, Russo & Steele Car Auctions and a variety of private collections and car shows throughout the Southwest and Mountain region of the country, on their resume.

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