It is the end of 2019. The SD Prowlers are entering our 73rd year driving souped up old Fords and enjoying every minute of life.
The Prowlers hot rod club have chosen a new president so it is time to begin another chapter in this book.
The roaring 20s are just around the corner. Look forward to more traditional hot rod fun!
ps: Hey we have a very nice 2020 calendar available. There are three pages dedicated to our history and the rest are pictures of our contemporary "driven daily" hot rods...all on nice paper and excellent photography of course. The cost is $10 . If we have to take it to the Post Office add $5. If interested email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Upcoming Events Short List !
Jan 24-6 GNRS @ Pomona Fairplex
Feb 20-2 Big 3 Swap Meet
Apr 3-5 Del mar Good Guys
May 5 Freddy Castro Remembrance
Prowlers Making Hot Rod history - The 1990's
Throuoghout the 1990's whenever hot rods gathered in Southern California, you were likely to see a heard of Prowlers. Here you can see 20 of the Prowlers in one of our annual group photos. They are: (back row left to right)
Fred Castro, Swede Sommer, Hank Williams, Bob Wolin, Paul Olsen, Mike Gooch, John Noble, Roger Frafke, Marty Simonides, Dick FitzeK, Pete Morrow,
Bob Blandon, and Ed Iagman.
(Seated in the car) Jim Jenks and Milt Mitsingas.
(Front Row left to right) Dave Hayward, Marty Moore, Andy Bekech, Ken Polesky, and Bob Smith.
In September of 1995, the Prowlers came out for the Vintage Race Weekend at North Island (Naval Air Station) in San Diego.
This is Roger Prafke's '27 "T" roadster that we were talking about above. A home built rod only like Roger can build. Note the red "T" track style roadster behind Roger. It has quite a history. It belongs to Artist, Cartoonist, Car Builder, Race Car Driver and former Prowler Bob McCoy. The car ran at the Lakes and Bonneville as a modified roadster. The license plate says it all "217 MPH"!!
Lt. to Rt., Andy Bekech's Vicky and Dick Fitzek 3 window. This picture was taken in the early '90's at the S.D. Auto Museum. The vicky was one of two of Andy's rides then, the other ia beautiful '40 Ford Convertiable. Andy being a retired Fireman can you guess what color the '40 is? Yep you got it "RED" !