Jim Robertson

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Jim Robertson's 1961 Ford. Jim's Ford was restyled in 1969, and it featured a fadeaway paint job by Bill Carter of Carter Pro Paint and pinstriping by Walt Prey.
In 1970 Jim's Ford it received a panel paint job by the Animal of Canoga Park.

Jim Robertson of Simi Valley, California. In 1968 Jim was in on an attempted club start up. The club was never realized. In 1970 Jim was in on an attempt to restart of the Laymen of Simi Valley car club.[1]


Jim Robertson's Cars

Jim Robertson's 1961 Ford


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