Although the development of a patina radically changes the look and texture of the Trucks metal, the patina is often considered desirable. For one thing, the unique look of a distressed finish adds character and interest to a truck, giving it a sought-after "antique" look. In addition, the development of a patina often protects an object, keeping it from becoming further corroded or damaged. As a result, Chevrolet Truck owners rarely remove patina from a Chevrolet Truck. The notion of patina exists because of an intrinsic love of the automobile combined with our craving for authenticity. A Truck with perfect patina is a representation of a finely aged machine. The Truck has survived, remaining in its original skin. Every flaw, every imperfection is evidence of a storied past. Looking at a patina’s Truck is like looking at its soul. It’s an authentic, unabashed view of a journey through time. No matter when that time is, there always seems to be a yearning for simplicities of the past. In the case of the trucks, one with patina fulfills that desire beautifully. -JoshType your paragraph here.