Dave Pearce's 1965 Chevrolet

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1965 Chevrolet Impala owned by Dave Pearce. Dave's Impala was painted by Larry Watson at Watson's House of Style, and in 2018 Dave told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that Watson painted the Impala at the same time as he was doing Dan Woods' Milk Truck; "My Impala was plain orange flip flop pearl and he wanted to do a set of fog line from front to back. I declined."[1]

Dave's Impala appeared in four car shows, and Dave told Sondre that his Impala never was famous; "Not radical enough, but Watson's paint job made it stand out wherever it went."[1]


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