Another Larry Watson painted Custom Car that we have not been able to identify. Even though this 1960 Ford has been shown in a few magazines in the 1960's the name of the owner was never printed - or at least not in the magz I have. The paint and color combination on this 1960 Ford are rather unique. Off white pearl base with fogging in yellow and orange and pinstriped in dark brown. Larry had just finished painting the car in this photo and the chrome was just been put back on the car... but the bumpers and chrome wheels are still missing. This car also featured a wild interior in brown with a lot of fur... This late after none photo taken at Larry's Rosecrans blvd. shop (the background is the building to the right of Larry's shop) shows a mild 1957 Ford and 1957 Plymouth that Larry had painted. Both cars are unidentified, and this is the only photo showing these cars - at least with these paint jobs. The 57 Ford is one of the nicest I have ever seen. Very fine outlines in what looks to be white, candy apple red on the main body, and silver on the top. Perfect stance, even with stock hubcaps, and The spotlights and lake pipes and some chrome removal are the only other customizing... Harold Johnson's 1949 Chevy Fastback sitting in front of Larry's Rosecrans blvd. shop. Again a fuzzy photo... like a lot of them in this collection. But I guess that adds a bit to the mystery of them. The Gold 1957 Pontiac to the right we have seen before, but I cant recognize the dark fuchsia car sitting next to the shop.