Al and Louie Soto's 1930 Austin Bantam

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The Soto Bros with their Alky Wagon. Al Soto is seen wearing white pants, while Louie is in the wagon.

1930 American Austin Bantam owned and raced by Al and Louie Soto of Santa Clara, California. Al and Louie were members of the San Jose Rod and Wheelers car club. According to Al's son Bobbie, Al and Louie raced before all their children were born; "After their racing, they entered many car shows, winning trophies." Louie passed away in December of 2012. Al is still alive suffering with Alzheimer.[1]



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