Ed "Newt" Newton

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Ed "Newt" Newton was a professional designer. Newt is the artist behind most of the T-shirt monster art blowing out of Roth's Maywood, California, digs through most of the 1960s, and he designed or contributed to the design of other Roth cars including the Orbitron, Surfite, Wishbone, Bike Truck, and more. The Orbitron was his first assignment for Roth in February 1964.


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