When Cynthiana native Chris Curtis started Chip Magician in 2003, he couldnt have imagined to what heights his business might go.
On Wednesday, it went to around 45,000 feet.
Three paint specialists from Curtis auto body center spent a week in Danville repainting a Cold War-era Russian training jet.
I never would have believed six months ago we would do that, Curtis said of the rather unique job. The guys I have working for me are just absolutely amazing.
Curtis said Chip Magician is not exactly a typical body shop.
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