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    George Barris Custom Car Design Apparatus Sketch. A 22.5" x 16" pencil sketch on heavy illustration board by one of George Barris' design artists, circa April 1985, featuring a basic side view of the rear half an unspecified sportscar with concept art for an unknown piece of apparatus. A Barris Kustom Industries business card is affixed to the lower right corner, and the sketch is in Very Fine condition with mild wear and toning, and some moderate toning along the right edge. From the George Barris Archive.

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    April, 2008
    5th Saturday
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