Doug Carney's 1963 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Larry Watson working on Doug's Pontiac. Photo from the Larry Watson photo collection, provided by Rik Hoving.[1]

1963 Pontiac Grand Prix owned by Doug Carney. Doug's Pontiac was painted by Larry Watson of Watson's House of Style, and it was for many years known as the first car ever to receive a lace paint job.



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