Permite Mechanic Pin-up Girl by American Painter Bill Medcalf (1920 – 2005); pin-up girl illustrator as well as a portrait and landscape painter who’s career spanned the late 1940s to the late 1960s.
The Permite Mechanic is a portrait of a sexy, beautiful bunette pin-up girl, outfitted in a skimpy thigh high bright yellow sleeveless uniform (or jumpsuit) and wearing blue shoes, laying down on a grey colored wooden mechanics creeper or floor trolley, being illuminated by the rays of the sun, on a hot summers day.
She is resting her head on the cushion part of the creeper while her sexy long legs trail off of the creeper and onto the grey concrete floor; with a folded cap by her left side that says Permite with the company logo above the name.
In her left hand is a white handkerchief that she has pressed up against the left part of her head, indicating how hard she is working; while in her right hand she holds a wrench.
Slightly farther back we can see part of a tire, bumper and body frame of the car she is presumable working on.
This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.