Howard Tirban’s 1951 Chevrolet
1951 Chevrolet owned by Howard Tirban. Howard's Chevrolet was nosed, decked and dressed up featuring a 1954 Chevrolet grille bar, chromed and shaded headlight rings, short lakes pipes, and flipper hubcaps. The taillights were also shaved and replaced with 1941 Chevrolet units. Being a late 1950's custom, Howard ran it without fender skirts in the rear. In 1959 the body was decorated with red scallops and traditional pinstriping by Jerry "SPIDER the Crazy Painter" Drake. A weirdo was also painted on the gas filler door before Jerry applied the name of the car underneath the door. The car was named “Lil’ Bitty Pretty One.”
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