Pinky's Custom Shop

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A late 1950s ad for Pinky's. Photo courtesy of George W. Young and Don Boyd.

Pinky's Custom Shop was a custom body and paint shop in Miami, Florida. Located on 3745 Shipping Ave., the shop was run by Charlie Naylor. George W. Young used to hang out at Pinky's, and he and Gil Acosta had their cars scalloped and striped by Jerry Anolik at the shop. They also did louvers at .25 cents each. Leroy Gonzales owned the louver machine. You could get most any custom work done. Later on, Charlie became the Service Manager of Williamson Cadillac in Kendall.[1]


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