Frank Sandoval

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Frank on the right wearing his Banning High School letterman's sweater. Seen in the distance, between the the two sparing partners, is the bank building on the corner of Avalon Blvd. and F St. In 2014 the building now housed the Wilmington Chamber Of Commerce and it still had its original corner mounted exterior clock. Photo from the Frank Sandoval Collection, courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Frank Sandoval's 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe was restyled in the 1940s. Frank bought the car after he returned from Army service around 1946 - 1947.
Frank striking a pose with his Ford in front of Banning High School in Wilmington in the mid 1940s. Photo from the Frank Sandoval Collection, courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Frank striking a pose next to a Mercury. Photo from the Frank Sandoval Collection, courtesy of Howard Gribble.

Franks Sandoval was born in 1927. He served in the US Army, and Howard Gribble believes he was in Europe near the end of WWII.[1]


Frank Sandoval's Cars

Frank Sandoval's 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe


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