Road Rebels

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Road Rebels members. From left to right, unknown, Tom O'Mara, Bob Avery, Bruce Snitzler, and Bill Burke. Photo provided by Dan O'Mara.
Tom O'Mara and Bob Avery. Photo provided by Dan O'Mara.
Another photo that were with the negatives above. Photo provided by Dan O'Mara.
This photo was also with the negatives above. Photo provided by Dan O'Mara.

The Road Rebels Car Club of Los Angeles was formed in 1937 by Jack Peters, Bill Burke, Joe Hunt, Bill Hunt, Joe Reath, Tom O'Mara, Bob Avery, and Bruce Snitzler. The guys used to hang out at Pat's Pantry, just down the street from Manual Arts on Western and Santa Barbra,[1]

In April, 1938 the Road Devils started the Western Timing Association (WTA). The WTA meetings were held at 8:00pm every Monday night at Western and 54th in Los Angeles. [1]

Members

Jack Peters
Bill Burke
Joe Hunt
Bill Hunt
Joe Reath
Tom O'Mara
Bob Avery
Bruce Snitzler

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Rodder's Journal 45 - Throttle: The Magazine




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