Jerry enrolled at an commercial art school, but he quit because "fooling around with cars" gave him more pleasure. In 1959 he told a journalist from The San Francisco Examiner that "from art school I learned the feel of design and the meaning of lines."
Jerry ran a paint shop on Golden Gate Avenue. Ray De Pucci first met Jerry at his paint shop in 1956. In 2017 Ray told Kustomrama that Jerry was famous for his scalloping and pinstriping jobs; "He did beautiful work."
Jerry Anolik's Cars
Jerry Anolik's 1955 Ford Thunderbird
Cars Painted or Pinstriped by Jerry Anolik
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