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Gallery: Fans Snap Up Autographed Chatsworth Posters

Classic 1955 Chevy is the centerpiece of the artwork... and here's the actual car.

Joe DeFatta of Chatsworth bought a 1955 two-toned Chevy Bel Air 22 years ago. He restored and kept it pristine for his wife because her family moved here that year. And as Danny Heller signed his poster of the car at Friday, there was the actual car.

Fans quickly snapped up 200 free posters.

The is part of the “Through the Eyes of Artists” series commissioned by Metro Creative Services. The posters, depicting various neighborhoods served by Metro, are displayed throughout the county's transit system.

In the poster, : the Chevy Bel Air cruising down Topanga Canyon Boulevard while a trio of grazing horses peer through a corral alongside the landmark Stoney Point rock formation.

For more information about Metro’s art programs and its free docent-guided tours, visit metro.net/art or call 213-922-4ART.

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