Bob McNulty

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Bill Shelley's 1957 Chevrolet Corvette of Oakland, California. Named "Bali Hi," the car was restyled by Bill and Bob McNulty. The build was completed in 1960.
Steve Scott's Uncertain-T of Reseda, California. Built by Steve in a small family garage, the build was started in 1960 and completed in 1965. He was 17 years when he started the build. The inspiration came from a cartoon that a friend had made in class. During the build, the only two-things Steve believed should be left to the experts were the paint and upholstery. As things neared completion in 1964, he took the body to McNulty to get it ready for paint. Steve trailered the "Uncertain-T" fiberglass body all the way from Reseda up to Bob's shop in Castro Valley, where he did the excellent final finishing. Coincidentally, Steve's sister and her family lived there at the time. One week and $500 later, it was as smooth as glass. Then it was off to painter Bill Cushenbery.

Bob McNulty of Castro Valley, California. Bob was a member of the Satan's Angels car club, and he was well known for his great fiberglass work on numerous Corvettes. He was killed in a boat accident in the late 1960s.

Bob McNulty's Cars

Bob McNulty's 1942 Chevrolet Convertible
Bob McNulty's 1955 Chevrolet Corvette
Bob McNulty's Astra Coupe

Cars Restyled by Bob McNulty

Bill Shelley's 1957 Chevrolet Corvette - "Bali Hi"
Bob Moreira's 1957 Chevrolet Corvette
Lauralee Dobbel's 1957 Chevrolet


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