Noble Paint & Body Shop

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An ad for Noble Paint & Body Shop printed in the program for the 1953 Indianapolis Custom Auto Show.

Noble Paint & Body Shop was a paint and body shop of Indianapolis, Indiana. According to an ad they ran in the program for the 1953 Indianapolis Custom Auto Show, customizing and custom paint jobs were their speciality. Gil Martin was listed as contact person in 1953, and the shop was located at 209 S. Noble street in Indianapolis.



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