Tim Cunha's 1932 Ford
Painted by Jesse Cruz
Known as the "Mooneyes Special," the car was painted by Jesse Cruz in 2008. In 2020 Cruz told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that it was an all-nighter paint job. He started spraying at 6 PM and 25 coats of Mooneyes yellow pearl later he finished it at 5 AM the next morning. Jesse added the black stripe later that day. The work was done at Don Orosco's shop.
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