House of Kolor

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Jerry Moffatt's 1939 Ford Convertible of Los Angeles, California. Restyled by Jerry at Olive Hill Garage, the build was completed in 1946. Frank Weeks of Glendale bought the remains of the old custom in 1969. In the 1990s the car was painted House of Kolor Candy Red.
Dennis McPhail's 1960 Ford Fairlane of Wellington, Kansas. Restyled by Hooligan Hot Rods and Jeff Myers the build was completed in 2010 featuring House of Kolor and Sikkens paint.
Roger Miret's 1954 Chevrolet 210 of Scottsdale, Arizona. Known as "Morphine," the build was started in 2010 and completed in 2018. Roger's Chevrolet was painted with House of Kolor Orion Silver Shimrin Basecoat.
Mike Maurice's 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air of Biddeford, Maine. Known as "Spill the Wine," Mike wanted to create an alternative to the cliche lowrider of today when he set out to restyle the Bel Air in 2017. "My goal was to bring back forgotten trends in books like Popular Customs." Featuring a panel paint job by Richie Borrelli, the build was completed in 2019. Mike and Richie laid a House of Kolor silver flake base before Starfire deep Candy red panels were added.

Cars Featuring Paint by House of Kolor

Jerry Moffatt's 1939 Ford Convertible
Rick Dore's 1949 Cadillac Sedanette - Majestic
Roger Miret's 1954 Chevrolet - "Morphine"
Dennis McPhail's 1960 Ford Fairlane
Dennis McPhail's 1960 Ford Fairlane
Mike Maurice's 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air - "Spill the Wine"


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