Dick Katayanagi was a pinstriper from Sacramento, California. He was also into retailing Candy Paint colors marketed as Custom Mixed Translucent Colors. Dick ran a a custom paint shop in North Sacramento, called Katayanagi Custom Paint, were he did full painting, scalloping and striping. The shop was actually a rented space in a sign shop. David Rolin served as an apprentice to Dick in his shop in the late 1950s.
Cars Pinstriped or Painted by Dick Katayanagi
Cars Photographed by Dick Katayanagi
Jerry Ledlow's 1952 Ford Tudor
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