Jimmy Hervatin

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Jimmy Hervatin's 1930 Ford Pick Up. The truck, who is known as "Emerald Tide", was built from scratch after a Keith Weesner painting with the same name. The build was started in 2008 and completed in 2010.
Jimmy Hervatin's 1951 Ford F1 Pick Up of Warrenton, Missouri. The truck, who is known as "Lit Up", was built from scratch after a Keith Weesner painting with the same name. The build was started in 2010. In 2014 it made its bare metal debut.

Jimmy Hervatin of Warrenton, Missouri.

Jimmy Hervatin's Cars

Jimmy Hervatin's 1930 Ford Pick Up - "Emerald Tide"
Jimmy Hervatin's 1951 Ford F1 Pick Up - "Lit Up"




 

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