Emil Dietrich

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Emil Dietrich's 1939 Ford convertible. Emil bought the car from Jack Runyan. Jack used to hang out at State and Hope Street near Huntington Park. He bought the car brand new at a Ford dealer in South Gate.

Emil Dietrich of South Gate, California. In the 1940s Emil and Nick Pastor ran a used car lot together. The lot was originally a real estate offie that they rented from a guy called Lew Worley. They sold mostly plain cars. Emil was into hot rods, and he used to race in the weekends.[1]

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Emil Dietrich's 1939 Ford Convertible


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