Hot rod artist Larry Grossman released an updated version of one of his most famous painting “Cruising’ Bob’s – Summer Of 62” Now featured front and center is one of the most famous cars in hot rodding history: Norm Grabowski’s iconic “Kookie T”. This cool car was driven by hipster Ed “Kookie ” Byrnes in the classic ’60’s TV series “77 Sunset Strip” and was featured in Life Magazine once featured this car at this Bob’s, on it’s cover!! In the back, other great rods, customs, woodies, gassers, and even a Harley chopper. Also making the scene are an assortment of cool dudes, hot babes, and even a Burbank P.D.cop.
If you grew up in Los Angeles between 1950 and 1970, you cruised a Bob’s Big Boy every Friday night! Depicted here is a scene from the summer of ’62 at the Bob’s in Toluca Lake (Burbank) California. Built in 1949, this is the oldest Bob’s still standing, and amazingly, on any Friday night it’s still L.A.’s most popular cruising scene.
Sized at 18×24″ and printed on the highest quality 100 lb. paper, this vibrant lithographic print will please any serious gear-head, and it’s yours for 30 (for $35 you can have it hand signed and dated in gold ink by the artist!). Larry can even create a custom version of this or any of his pictures featuring your car or bike for a dollars bucks more! Order this print and see Larry’s great art at Retro Visions www.retrovisions.com or call 818-970-9128.