Throttlers of Hollywood

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This is the plaque Tom Davis ran on his roadster in 1941. Photo courtesy of the AHRF[1]
A photo of Bill Blystone with his Throttlers jacket.
Hollywood Throttlers
Jay Chamberlain, Ted Cannon and "Benny" photographed in the early 1950s. Photo courtesy of Dale Seely from Cannon/Seely Racing.

Hollywood Throttlers

The Throttlers Car Club of Hollywood was founded between 1932 - 1935. Jack Morgan was the first president. By the fall of 1937 the Throttlers had a club house located at 7629 Santa Monica Blvd. The first known picture of a Throttlers club plaque was taken in 1937. By mid 1938 the club counted 5 members.[2]


Members

Al Rough
Arnold Birner
Art Marian
Arthur C. Tilton
Ben Henley
Berk Hollister
Bill Jarmuth
Bill Offman
Bill Yates
Bob Berry
Bob Henley
Bob Minor
Bob North
Bob Struther
Bozzy Willis
Clint Seccombe
Dick Cannon
Dick Georgian
Don Bell
Eddie Croneth
Eddie Meyer
Ernie McAfee
Ford Robinson
Frank Russel
George Randall
George W. Blystone aka Bill Blystone
Holley Marian
Homer Farneman
Jack Finley
Jack Jarmuth
Jack Main
Jack McAfee
Jack Morgan
Jack Stebles
Jack Willis
Jay Chamberlain
Jim Morgan
Jim Seely
Jimmy Minobe
John Cannon
Louie Krenua
Milt Uhler
Max Allen
Mino Kanamiuro
Pat Campy
Pat O'Brien
Paul Kitsuse
Pete Condos
Peter Bunch
Pete Cannon
Robert E. Petersen
Robert Riggs
Ted Cannon
Thatcher Darwin
Tommy Davis
Vern Hurst
W.R. Chambers


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