The Bill Boren Photo Collection

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Jerry Keldrauk and Bill Boren's 1932 Ford Sedan at a 1951 dry lakes event. Photo courtesy of Bill Boren, provided by Karen Boren.
A photo of Bill Boren's heavily chopped 1941 Ford convertible. Bill's Ford was shaved for side trim and fender strips. The deck lid was shaved, and the license plate was moved down to the gravel shield. Custom accessory featured fender skirts and a white padded top by an unknown manufacturer. Photo courtesy of Bill Boren, provided by Karen Boren.
A photo of Bob Arner's Streamliner at a dry lakes event. Bob was a member of the Culver City Screwdrivers, and his Streamliner was known as the "69'er". Bob's streamliner was originally owned and raced by Ralph Schenck. The flames on this version were supposedly painted by Von Dutch. Photo courtesy of Bill Boren, provided by Karen Boren.
A photo of Jerry Keldrauk next to Jerry Keldrauk and Bill Boren's 1932 Ford Sedan. Photo courtesy of Bill Boren, provided by Karen Boren.
A 1948 Culver City Screwdrivers group photo. Photo courtesy of Bill Boren, provided by Karen Boren.

Bill Boren was a member of the Culver City Screwdrivers.

Unfortunately Bill passed away in September of 2014. Bill's daughter, Karen, has shared Bill's photos with Kustomrama, and we will add these to this page in the coming months.






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