Bill Boren

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One of Bill’s early gow jobs. A flathead V-­8 powered 1926 - ­1927 Ford Model T roadster without the turtle deck. Photo from The Bill Boren Photo Collection.
A 1948 Culver City Screwdrivers group photo.Bill is the fellow on the top row to the far right wearing a striped shirt. Photo from the Bill Boren Photo Collection.
A photo of Bill's Screwdrivers jacket from 2014. Photo by Karen Boren.
Photo by Karen Boren.

Bill Boren of Culver City, California was a member of the Culver City Screwdrivers car club. Bill was a member of the club from at least 1949 to 1951. His son, believes he was a member until 1953.[1]

Bill graduated from Venice High, and lived in and around the Culver City area. He told his daughter many stories about running from the cops driving cars that couldn't keep up, and that he managed to get caught enough times to get his license suspended at least once.[1]

Bill Boren's Cars

Jerry Keldrauk and Bill Boren's 1932 Ford Sedan
Bill Boren's 1941 Ford Convertible


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