Jake Bultsma's 1951 Chevrolet

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1951 Chevrolet hardtop owned by Jake Bultsma of Bellflower, California. Larry Watson scalloped Jake's Chevrolet in silver metallic with root-beer tips. The scallops were pinstriped in imitation gold, and Larry did the painting in his parents driveway in 1956. In 1957, Jake brought the Chevy back to Larry, who by now had his own shop in North Long Beach. At Watson's House of Style, Larry added more pinstriping to the car.

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Car Speed and Style June 1958

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