Jason Momoa has been very busy lately. The actor and Aquaman Star kept in shape during the pandemic and acted out physical education teachers for his two children Climbing and ax throwing. It also turned out he had another project in the works and only recently revealed the results: a video documenting the restoration of his wife’s first car.
Momoa married actress and activist Lisa Bonet in 2017; The two had known each other for more than a decade after meeting at a jazz club. As he relates in the video, Bonet’s first car she bought when she was 17 was a 1
Track down and restore the car, says Momoa all in one Instagram photo Caption, was 14 years of work. It’s not entirely clear how he found Bonet’s first ride, but clearly better days can be seen at the beginning of the video. Rust eats through the body; The convertible top is gone. The car may hold many memories for Bonet, but a less dedicated husband would likely declare it irretrievable.
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However, Momoa towed the wreck to Divine 1 Customs, who began a complete overhaul. As the video shows, no part of the car was left untouched: new engine, new paintwork and of course a new convertible top. (You can see the dramatic bBefore and after pictures on her Instagram.)
Even if you’re not a gear, Momoa’s love work will put a smile on your face. It’s especially touching to see Bonet reunited with her first car, which has now been fully restored, before she and her family set off together.
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