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By Erin Tierney
The Chronicle 

Revved up and 'dolled' up

'This is Halloween' on Main Street

 

November 7, 2019

ERIN TIERNEY/THE CHRONICLE

A 1972 Delta 88 convertible, owned by Danny and Candace Solesbee, sits outside of two of the Solesbees' businesses, 5 Flying Monkeys antiques and Shampoo Dolls, on Halloween, while a hairy primate takes the wheel.

COTTAGE GROVE - Danny and Candace Solesbee's Shampoo Dolls Salon car made downtown pop in black and white.

The couple, owners of the salon and 5 Flying Monkeys, bought the 1972 Delta 88 convertible with the intention of wrapping it with a "crazy design." They were looking for something quirky and fun to represent Shampoo Dolls' unique style, Candice said, which integrates black and white with pops of pink, as well as sugar skulls.

As though all cut from the same cloth as their business motifs, the convertible's black-and-white paisley design is smattered with intricately designed sugar skul...



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