Seagrams of Norwalk

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Gary Ruddell's old Seagrams plaque. The plaque was designed by Danny Leonette, one of the original members in the club. Photo courtesy of Gary Ruddell.
Some of the guys in the club and their cars photographed circa 1960. Photo courtesy of Gary Ruddell.
Gary Ruddell's 1955 Pontiac of Norwalk, California. Gary was the President of the Seagrams of Norwalk car club, and the Pontiac was his first car. He bought it in 1959 and began restyling it shortly thereafter.
Dick King's 1957 Chevrolet Four-Door Hardtop of Norwalk, California. Dick was a member of the Seagrams of Norwalk car club, and his car was restyled around 1958 - 1959. Once completed, the car was shown as Kings Royalty.
Gary Ruddell's Seagrams courtesy card. Photo courtesy of Gary Ruddell.
Danny Leonette's 1960 Chevrolet Impala of Norwalk, California. Danny was one of the original members of the Seagrams, and he bought the Impala brand new. After buying it he dropped it in the front and back and added Appleton spotlights.

The Seagrams was a car club from Norwalk, California. Gary Ruddell was the President of the club. At the time the club had about 30 members. In 2018 Gary told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that the Seagrams and the Coachmen car club participated in many charity events in Norwalk from 1959 to 1963.[1]


Plaque

Danny Leonette was one of the original members in the club, and it was he that designed the club plaque.[1]


Members

Dick King
Gary Ruddell


Club Cars

Gary Ruddell's 1955 Pontiac
Dick King's 1957 Chevrolet Four-Door Hardtop - Kings Royalty
Gary Ruddell's 1958 Chevrolet Corvette
Danny Leonette's 1960 Chevrolet Impala
Gary Ruddell's 1960 Ford Starliner

References



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