Coachmen of Kansas City

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A Coachmen group shot. Back row, from left, Don Lilleston, Dave Doring, Dale Urich, Don Urich. Front row, from left, Don Price, Bill Swenson, Jerry Price.
Coachmen officers. Secretary-treasurer Don Lilleston, President Don Price and Vice President Don Urich.

The Coachmen car club of Kansas City, was organized December 12, 1955 for the sole purpose of promoting and encouraging the sport of hot-rodding in the Kansas City area. The seven charter members who formed the club were Dale Urich, Don Urich, Jerry Price, Don Price, Don Lilleston, Bill Swenson, and Dave Doring. The club worked side by side with the Westwood Police Department, which provided the club with a meeting place and advices. The chief of police, Chesley Jones was also a member of the club. The club was a member of the Kansas City Timing Association.[1]


Al Wrinkle
Bill Kelly
Bill Swenson
Chesley Jones
Dave Doring
Dale Urich
Don Lilleston
Don Price
Don Urich
Jerry Price



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