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A set of unused California Custom Dummy Jr. that was advertised for sale on eBay in 2012.
Bob Schremp's 1954 Chevrolet Bel-Air of Norwalk, California was restyled by Branson's Custom Shop in the mid 1950s. In 1956 Bob's Chevrolet received a scallop paint job by Larry Watson. The paint job was done in the driveway of Watson's parents, and it was the first car Watson gave a scallop paint job.
Hilton Vail's 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 of San Bernardino, California. Hilton was an active member in the San Bernardino Krankers car club from 1958 to 1961. He bought the Ford brand new, and completed the build circa 1958. It was dressed up with dummy Appleton spotlights.
Gary Ruddell's 1955 Pontiac. Gary was the President of the Seagrams of Norwalk car club, and the Pontiac was his first car. He bought it in 1959 and began restyling it shortly thereafter. It was dressed up with dual dummy spotlights and Dodge Lancer hubcaps.
Gerald Zielinski's 1955 Chevrolet of St. Louis, Missouri. Gerald was a member of the Road Angels of St. Louis. His Chevrolet was restyled in the late 1950s or the early 1960s and it was dressed up with dual dummy spots.

Dummy Spotlight Fabricators

California Custom Dummy Jr.


Cars Featuring Dummy Spotlights

Bob Schremp's 1954 Chevrolet Bel-Air
Gerald Zielinski's 1955 Chevrolet
Gary Ruddell's 1955 Pontiac
Hilton Vail's 1957 Ford Fairlane 500



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