Free Wheelers of Whippany

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Rich Mushenski's club plaque. Photo courtesy of Mat Mushenski.


The Free Wheelers was a car club out of Whippany, New Jersey founded around 1954 by east coast customizer Richard "Korky" Korkes. In 1959, Art Gugliemi was vice president of the club.[1]


In 2000 original member Rich Mushenski and Bobby Hanlon re instated the club. The club was then shut down again in 2012, after Rich passed away.[2]


Members

Andy Belusko
Art Gugliemi
Bobby Hanlon
Rich Mushenski
Richard Korkes


Members Rides

Bobby Hanlon's 1950 Mercury
Andy Belusko's 1954 Ford
Rich Mushenski's 1952 Ford Mainlane Convertible


References



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