Jim Beeson

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Jim 15 years old. Photo courtesy of Jackie Beeson.
A photo of some of Jim's buddies taken in the parking lot behind Peter's Drugs in Compton in 1958. A bunch of tenth grade boys used to hang out there after school. Jackie had to walk by Peter's on her way home from junior high; "I lived two miles from school, and so Jim and I would meet there and he'd walk home with me." Photo courtesy of Jackie Beeson.
Jim Beeson's 1960 Ford Starliner. Jim was a member of the Dutchmen of Paramount car club, and the bought the car brand new in the Spring of 1960.

Jim Beeson of Paramount, California. Jim was a member of the Dutchmen of Paramaount car club from 1959 - 1960. When Jim became a member of the club he had a ‘53 Plymouth two door that he had lowered, shaved most of the exterior chrome off of, had fancy hubcaps and a tonneau tarp from the back of the front seat to the package tray.

Jim worked for an aerospace company from 1960 to the end of 1967.

Jim Beeson's Cars

Jim Beeson's 1953 Plymouth
Jim Beeson's 1960 Ford Starliner


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