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
San Diego Prowlers Hot Rod Club - Celebrate 60 Years of Hot Rodding
The San Diego Prowlers proved that even after 60 years of hot rodding, we can still throw a barn-burher of a car show. We also want to thank our sponsors who generously supplied items for our raffles and winning cars. Sponsors were:
Well as you can see, we were not the only ones who thought that a 60 year old hot rod club outing was a big deal, the 5 page spread in 'Street Rodder Magazine' says something about it. We want to thank everyone at Street Rodder for coming and spending a day with us at Bates Nut Farm. We love your magazine too!
Bruce Hamilton Donates Vintage Club Minutes
Special thanks goes to Inactive Prowler Bruce Hamilton, member #87. At our 60th Anniversary Picnic held in September 2007, Bruce presented to the club our club minutes from the years 1948 through 1951. Our living Charter Members have told us they believe minutes were not taken at meetings during our first year of 1947. Previously, we had in our possession club minutes dating back only to 1952. Included were minutes of the Russetta Timing Association meetings from 1948, (the Prowlers were members of the RTA back in the early days). It has been a real hoot reading the early minutes at our regular meetings after the previous meeting's minutes are read. Bruce is a true friend of the Prowlers and is interested in the continued success of the club. Oh, by the way, did I mention Bruce paid for the band at the picnic?