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Pete Limpert's 1936 Ford tudor sedan of Gardena, California. Pete built the car in the early to mid 1960s. He painted it himself, and gave it a cobweb paint job.
A 1963 Pontiac that Gordy Brown restyled for an unknown owner at House of Customs in the mid 1960s. Gordy fit the car with lifts front and rear. The top and sides were done in Silver Metalflake overlaid with Diamond Dust, cut glass flake, and topped with Green Cobwebbing. The hood and trunk were done with Light Green Pearl with Candy Green Highlighting. The brake drums and hubs were painted Dark Candy Green.
Allen Duke's 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS of Wilmington, California. Allen's Impala received a pearl blue paint job with a light cobweb effect on the side panels by Carl Darling during the summer of 1967.
Jim Arkin's 1965 Chevrolet Impala as it appeared after Joe Andersen of Joe Andersen's Custom Shop had repainted it black pearl with cobweb in 1967.
Allen Duke's 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS of Wilmington, California. Allen's lifted Impala went through several changes between 1965 and 1969. This was how it appeared in 1969 after Richard Madrigal had painted it Candy Red with silver metalflake top and insets. Black cobweb was applied over the metalflake insets.
Jim Robertson's 1961 Ford of Simi Valley, California was originally restyled in 1969. In 1970 it received a panel paint job by the Animal of Canoga Park. Gold cobwebbing overlayed the panels on this version.

Cars Featuring Cobweb

Pete Limpert's 1936 Ford Tudor Sedan
Jim Robertson's 1961 Ford
Allen Duke's 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS
Jim Arkin's 1965 Chevrolet Impala


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