Grapevine Clones

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The "Grapevine" version of Larry Watson's 1950 Chevrolet. This version was restyled by Jay Johnston of Jay's Custom Shop in Compton.
Manuel Arteche's 1950 Chevrolet was built as clone of the "Grapevine" version of Larry's Chevrolet. The build was completed in the 1990s.
Roger and Marie O'Dell's 1950 Chevrolet. Restyled by Richie Valles at Unique Twist, Roger and Marie's Chevrolet was built as clone of the "Grapevine" version of Larry Watson's 1950 Chevrolet. Photo by Howard Gribble.

"Grapevine" was a 1950 Chevrolet owned by Larry Watson of Watson's House of Style in Bellflower, California. Known as both "Rose Mist" and "Grapevine", the Chevy was Larry's first car.

Grapevine Clones

Manuel Arteche's 1950 Chevrolet
Roger and Marie O'Dell's 1950 Chevrolet

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