1966 FORD PICKUP TRUCK HOLMAN MOODY TRIBUTE
Kerry adorned this classic 1966 Ford Pickup with the iconic Holman Moody logo and color-coordinated pinstriping for the perfect accent.
1948 THAMES ANGLIA TRUCK ROD
Kerry highlighted the sleek lines of this classic truck rod with bold pinstriping and exquisite silver leaf, earning the owner a car show trophy.
KERRY HAND-LETTERS CUSTOM SWITCHER TRUCK FOR ARIZONA ICED TEA
Incorporating the color palette and graphic elements from Arizona's iconic Green Tea with Ginseng, Kerry makes this Switcher truck a one-of-a-kind showpiece.
Kerry Buckley has finally escaped the high taxes and harsh winters of New Jersey for Race City USA - Mooresville, North Carolina!! He's looking forward to building new relationships and fully immersing himself in the racing culture of the area and spreading his reputation of being a highly sought-after painting, pinstriping, gold-leaf and customization talent.
JUNGLE JIM CAMARO FUNNY CAR RECREATION
To complete a recreation of one of Jungle Jim Liberman's Camaro funny cars, Kerry Buckley was called upon to hand letter and hand-apply gold leaf to the vintage graphics.
NORTH CAROLINA AUTO RACING HALL OF FAME RECEIVES KERRY BUCKLEY PAINTINGS
The North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame in Mooresville, NC - Race City USA - recently received two Kerry Buckley paintings of Funny Car racer Jungle Jim Liberman and Bruce Larson and his USA-1 Funny Car for display in the museum. Penske Racing manager and museum curator Don Miller is seen below with the newly installed paintings.
RARE AWARD-WINNING ANTIQUE 1938 LINCOLN
Kerry pinstriped a 1938 Lincoln Convertible Sedan K-Model with custom Lebaron body, only 1 of 7 built! This rare gem took National 1st Place Junior, National 1st Place Senior class at the Antique Automobile Club of America Show in Hershey, PA 2019.
CUSTOM TRUCK LETTERING
Kerry was asked to restore the original lettering on a 1962 International beverage truck by the Bettaway Company. The results were amazing and Kerry was among a talented team of technicians and craftsman that were recognized for their outstanding work.