Tyrants of San Fernando Valley

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A Tyrants plaque. Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
A Tyrants plaque with 1965 color. Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
A photo of Jim's 1956 Ford Victoria taken in the mid 1960s. During high school, Jim was a member of the Tyrants, and this mildly restyled 1956 Ford was his car at the time. Photo from the Jim Arkin Photo Collection.
A Tyrants club jacket. Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Tyrants members. Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Tyrants members with their bikes. Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.
Photo courtesy of Tyrants SFV.

The Tyrants was a car club out of San Fernando Valley, California.

Members

Jim Arkin
Jimmie Collins
John De Angelo


Club Cars

Jim Arkin's 1956 Ford Victoria



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