Robert Harold Berkshire of Tarzana, California. Known as Bob, he was born 16 April, 1922. He was a member of the Idlers car club, and in March of 1942 he was enlisted in the US Air Force. March 11, 1944 Bob crash-landed at RAF Manston in UK. He was injured but returned to Duty. June 27, 1944 he was shot down near Noyon, France flying a P-51. According to Karl Knecht, "he was a prisoner of war. After the war ended he came home to recoup in the Los Angeles area."
SCTA News April 1946 could inform in their "What's Doin'" section, that Bob Berkshire of the idlers car club was looking forward to the day he would be able to build up a 1946 Ford roadster. Sweet dreams according to the newsletter.
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