Kim, the daughter of the famous striper car builder van dutch has inherited some of the family talent and has become famous in her own time chopping tops, etc. There’s a minimum 8 month wait to get her time. But when she decides to start she gets your wheels out within 12 days, chopped and painted. Better act now because there’s a long list of customers. Her Phone # available in the yellow pages.
5 kittens, 1 cat, 1 dog
Model A - 1928, Ford Roaster 1932, Chevy roadster 1928, Ford Roasdter 35,36. 37 Ford sedan, 23 Ford T, 38 Pontiac, 33 Chevy truck, 41 Ford sedan
Worldly known, Mr Pete builds the finest rat rods the world has ever seen. he won 6 years in a row at the Detroit Autorama. Mr Pete requires a 50% cash only advance on your project. His work could take up to nine months, and at $275 an hour your project could get pretty expensive. But Pete guarantees his work and the trophies that come with it. Contacting Peter is by word of mouth only. Good Luck!
35 ford convert, 32 Buic coop, model A 28, 32 ford sedan, 35 ford roadster, 39 mercury sedan, 37 ford sedan, 33 Chevy sedan, 34 Chevy coup, 24 Chevy roadster, 35 ford coup, 30 ford roadster, 39 Bantom, + several misc cars in BG, 3 cats 21 ford truck
OBSOLETE AUTOMOTIVE: (5—2001) Calvin Bullock was known as the best mechanic this side of the Mississippi . He could fix anything. You could always hear Calvin singing some Gene Autry tune and see him wearing those pointy, old cowboy boots. At times he'd work and sing 20 hours a day; never married, Calvin always had a watchful eye out for the ladies.
Now that he's gone they say you can pick his place up for a song...a Gene Autry song, that is. SOME OF THE GARAGE, GAS AND OIL SIGN ARE: Mobil, AC, Packard Oil, Liquid Wrench, Goodyear, Bear, Gulf, Alemite, Kendall , Chevron, Delco, Shell and Mail Pounch Tobacco,
TOYS: 1 car, 1 aeroplanedetail from lower right This work is composed from hundreds of photographic details which are hand cut and assembled.
WELLS' GARAGE (5-2000) Ol' "Bud" Wells is alive, well and open for business. Specializing in machine work, welding and Ford parts. Also, occasionally, some fairly fresh gas. Bud will work on just about anything, and will even let you watch and keep track of the time spent. It will "purr like a kitten" when he's through, and you'll get your car back fairly quickly. After all he has most of his parts on site. Bud also specializes in Oilzum Oil. Cars are: '23 Dodge, '28 Packard, '36 Plymouth , '29 Ford, '38 Buick, '39 Ford and two converted farm tractors. Emblems: Dort, Erskine, Graham Bros., Dodge, Plymouth . Hub caps: Flint , Dodge Bros. Ford, Franklin. Animals: One cat, one dog. detail from lower right This work is composed from hundreds of photographic details which are hand cut and assembled.
CLARK 'S GARAGE (3—2000) By the time John Clark died he had outlived all his family, except one, Sara (his grand—niece, a 'fox' from the big city). So he left her everything in his will. This scene opens with Sara overlooking her inheritance, wondering how in the heck she can clean up and get rid of all the "stuff", because what she really wants is to turn the property into a nudist colony.
Cars: '37 Cadillac, '32 Packard, '27 Model T, '32 Chevy, '35 LaSalle, '29 Caddy, and a Double—Decker bus. Toys: One pedal airplane and one car. Emblems: White, Studebaker, Dodge, Pontiac Radiator cap. Animals: one cat and five birds. This work is composed from hundreds of photographic details which are hand cut and assembled.