Robert "Robbie" Martinez of San Diego, California. Around 1955-1956, when Robert built his 1950 Oldsmobile 98, he was working with Carroll "Red Eye" Gentry at Styler's Custom Shop. When the car was featured in Car Craft November 1956, Robert was the manager in charge of Broadway Auto Body Shop in Chula Vista, California. According to Roger Honey, who hang around Styler's Custom Shop when Robert worked there, you never knew where Robert's next shop was going to be; "He also had a shop in Imperial Beach for a few years, and another shop on Quince in San Diego, I think that was called the House of Colors."
Robert Martinez' Cars
Cars Restyled by Robbie Martinez
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