John Busman's 1956 Chevrolet
1956 Chevrolet owned by John Busman of Artesia, California. Van Lewis Custom Shop in Artesia did the body and paintwork, while Larry Watson of Watson's House of Style applied some lavender metallic scallop looking flames that were tipped in white and pinstriped in imitation gold.
In 1959 Watson repainted Busman's Chevrolet in a candy grey over a lavender metallic base. The base color was used for the panels and scallops and flames. The flames had white pearl tips and imitation gold pinstriping.
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