Cotton Woodworth of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma ran and operated Cotton's Paint & Body Shop in Oklahoma City. He spent his weekdays fixing the fenders on ranch trucks and the bumpers on family sedans and his weekends watching football – namely, the national champion Oklahoma Sooners. For the most part, it was a solid yet unremarkable life relative to the world of hot rods and customs.
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