Hap Arnold’s Bomber Command Cafe By Hot Rod Artist Larry Grossman

But who is Hap Arnold, you ask? The Commanding General of the whole Army Air Force during World War II. So the fact that Hap’s got an awesome WWII B-17 Bomber mounted on the roof of his 1940’s Art Deco style cafe should come as no surprise. At least that’s what Larry Grossman reasoned when he created this new picture.

The scene is a Fourth of July Car Show with some extremely cool rides on display, including: Tommy Ivo’s legendary Four-engine Dragster; a full-blown ’64 Dodge Muscle Cop Car; a bad-ass Hog Chopper; a chopped Merc lead-sled; a T-bucket; a ’59 Vette; Stone Woods & Cook’s famous ’40 Willys Gasser …and jeez, there’s even a kid toolin’ around in a pint-sized ’59 Plymouth pedal car! Of course there’s a bevy of beautiful babes and bad dudes to complete the scene…

Sized at 18×24″ and printed on the highest quality 100 lb. paper, this amazingly detailed Lithographic print (a high-quality poster) is a must have for any serious gear-head or airplane buff, and it’s yours for only $30 (or for $35 you can have it hand signed and dated in gold ink by the artist!).

And get this, Larry can even create a custom version of this or any of his pictures featuring your car or bike for a few bucks more! You can buy this print and see all of Larry’s great art on Retrovisions or order at (818) 970-9128.

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3 Responses to “Hap Arnold’s Bomber Command Cafe By Hot Rod Artist Larry Grossman”


  1. 1 Duke Jun 14th, 2012 at 8:02 am

    Very cool.

  2. 2 burnout Jun 14th, 2012 at 10:21 am

    Ordering NOW! peace

  3. 3 alan sharp Jun 14th, 2012 at 11:11 am

    IF ONLY LIFE WOZ AS GOOD AS THIS,,,WISH I WOZ HAVING A COFFEE IN THAT CAFE, WOT A DREAM………

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