Ted Leventhal's 1951 Chevrolet
1951 Chevrolet convertible owned by Ted Leventhal. Named "the Last Hura," Ted's Chevrolet is a clone of a 1950 Chevrolet that Ted owned in the 1950s. Painted in a green iridescent lacquer by Mel Pinoli's Body and Paint Shop, Ted's first Chevrolet is known as the firs car ever to receive a Candy paint job.
The 2017 Grand National Roadster Show
In January of 2017 the Last Hura made its debut at the Grand National Roadster Show.
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