Junior's House of Color
Junior's House of Color, of South Gate, California was owned and operated by Hersh "Junior" Conway. Junior started his automotive career at Barris Kustoms in the Easter of 1955. When George Barris moved Barris Kustoms to Hollywood in late 1961, Junior decided to go on his own and open up his own shop. His first shop was on Eastern in Bell Gardens, then to Lakewood blvd in Bellflower close to where Larry Watson was, then he had two shop on Atlantic blvd, and then one on Century in Lynwood.
Cars Restyled or Painted at Junior's House of Color
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