Norm Milne

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A photo of Butler Rugard, Norm and Harry Westergard in front of Harry's house. All three were Thunderbolts members, and the photo comes from the scrapbook of Norm Milne. Photo courtesy of Jeff Faeber.
Norm Milne's 1938 Ford convertible sedan. About 1940 Norm drove the Ford to Los Angeles to have Carson Top Shop chop the top and make a padded top. The rest of the car was restyled by Harry Westergard.
A photo of Norm and his brother. Photo courtesy of Jeff Faeber.
A later photo of Norm. Photo courtesy of Jeff Faeber.

Norm Milne was a member of the Thunderbolts Car Club of Sacramento, California. Norm was a founding member, and the first President of the club in 1945.

Norm Milne's Cars

Norm Milne's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster
Norm Milne's 1938 Ford Convertible Sedan



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