Saginaw

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The Strokers of Saginaw is a car club from Saginaw, Michighan. Established in 1955, the club was one of the NHRA charter clubs. The club was still active in 2020, celebrating its 65th anniversary as a club. Photo courtesy of Jonathan Russell.
Adrienne Hooper's 1956 Mercury convertible of Saginaw, Michigan. Adrienne's Mercury, named the Wild One, was featured on the cover of Custom Cars April 1960.
Arthur Lellis' 1939 Ford Convertible of Los Angeles, California. Restyled by Art at Art & Jerry Custom Shop, the build was completed in 1946. Bill Dreist of Saginaw bought the car in 1988.

Custom Cars of Saginaw, Michigan

Arthur Lellis' 1939 Ford Convertible
Adrienne Hooper's 1956 Mercury Converible - The Wild One


Hot Rod and Custom Car Clubs of Saginaw, Michigan

Strokers of Saginaw


Citizens of Saginaw, Michigan

Adrienne Hooper
Bill Dreist
Jim Hooper




 

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