He even got to airbrush the body details on one of local legend Ron Scott's funny cars. You can buy them here. When nobody was looking, I crawled on my belly through the tall grass beside the track, and got as close to the track as I could without being seen. They figured because he was in art school, Bruce could letter race cars. The 60s-early 70s was the golden age of drag racing when the little guy could still compete with a home built Willys or 55 Chevy Gasser or even a rail. Bill Luckinbill's Upholstery was on a side street physically next door to Ray Orput's body shop on the east side of Park Avenue in Chico, just south of the Chico Creek bridge where Main and Broadway converge.