Bobby Wolcott

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Bill Collins' 1951 Oldsmobile of Dallas, Texas. By 1957 Bill's Olds had been dressed up with a flame paint job and drag-style exhaust. According to Bill, he ran the first flame paint job in the area on the Olds. The flames were painted by Wolcott. In January of 2021, Bobby told Karl Knecht that the inspiration for the flames came from Bob McCoy's 1940 Ford Tudor Sedan.

Bobby Wolcott of Texas.


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