Paul Galloway's Dune Buggy
Paul Galloway's old dune buggy was supposedly striped by the well known pinstriper Von Dutch in 1969. In January of 2021, the old buggy was owned by Mike Spitz. Mike bought it from Wayne Galloway of Garden Grove, California, who inherited it from his brother Paul when he passed away in 2020. When Mike bought the buggy, all Wayne knew was that his brother purchased it from someone in Corona in 1990. The brand of the buggy is unknown, but Mike believes that it is a "Lido" by Balboa Buggies that were made in 1968. The pan is from 1959.
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