Lonely Kings

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A Lonely Kings car club plaque. The Lonely Kings was a Southern California car club. Photo courtesy of Ulf Christiansson.
A line up of Lonely Kings cars taken at the Cruisin' Nationals in Paso Robles in the 1990s. Photo courtesy of Ulf Christiansson.
Ulf Christiansson's 1951 Mercury. Ulf joined the Lonely Kings in late 1993. Photo courtesy of Ulf Christiansson.

The Lonely Kings was a Southern California car club. The club was active until the fall of 1996.[1]


Kutty Noteboom
Mike Ebison
Mike Ness
Robert Lomas
Ulf Christiansson

Club Cars

Ulf Christiansson's 1951 Mercury
Robert Lomas' 1953 Ford
Mike Ness' 1954 Chevrolet
Mike Ness' 1955 Pontiac
Mike Ebison's 1958 Pontiac


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