Jack Rudy's 1952 Chevrolet
1952 Chevrolet owned by Jack Rudy. Brad Masterson of Masterson Kustom Automobiles painted the car in green flake. The car was the first car Brad painted in flake. He started with a black base, applied lime flake, then green toners and fogged the edges black. The car was covered with several coats of clear. The car was an experiment for Brad, applying metal flake over something else than a flat top. However, soon after the car was done, he was given the Ed Roth Metalflake bomber gun.
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