Meet Chip Foose, the phenomenal car designer featured in the current Petersen Museum exhibition, Chip Foose: From Pen To Pavement!

Wednesday, October 18, 2006, 7-9 pm
Second Floor Grand Salon

Chip Foose, the renowned designer behind some of the most cfamous vehicles of the last decade and the star of the popular TLC TV series Overhaulin’ will share stories about his life, career, and vision as a custom ar designer, drawing examples from his designs on display and giving personal annecdotes.

Chip Foose: From Pen To Pavement features numerous award winning examples of his work such as the 2000 AMBR (America’s Most Beautiful Roadster) winner “0032” and the 1935 Chevrolet “Grand Master” that was named “Street Rod of the Year” in 2001, and received the Ridler Award one year later. Chip Foose currently serves as the creative head and driving force behind Foose Design, a company that specializes in illustration, graphics, ideation model making, surfacing and the complete construction of automobiles and automobile-related parts.

This program is free for Museum members and included in general admission for non members: adults $10, seniors & students $5, children $3. Reservation recommended.
For information or reservations, please call 323-964-6347.

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