Curtis Mcgann grew up with a paint gun in his hand. Being the grandson of Bay Area customizer and custom paint legend
Joe Crisafulli, Curtis painted his first “Candy” at the age of thirteen.
Curtis is equally at home doing one-off custom paint jobs on cars, or doing full custom graphics and paint on high end motorcycles. Curtis currently works for a high-end restoration shop in Northern California.
Having a passion for early traditional customs, Mcgann is well on his way to being one of the preeminent painters for historical survivor customs. He recently painted the Bailon “Candy-Bird”, the oldest known Candy Apple painted car, and the second car on the planet to ever have been painted with the magical Bailon shade. A number of other historic cars are in flight, and will add to his notch count of historical cars having been under his gun.