Lords of Wilmington

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Bob Davis' 1935 Ford 5-Window Coupe was restyled in 1960.

Lords of Wilmington was a car club from the Wilmington district of California. Wilmington is part of the Los Angeles harbor area that is adjecent to the Port of Long Beach. Bob Davis was a member of the club from 1960 to 1964. During the four years Bob was a member, the club had about 20-40 members, each having at keast one car. The cars ranged from late model mild customs to 1930s and 1940s hot rods. According to the older members in the club, the Lords of Wilmington was one of the founding car clubs of Lions Drag Strip.[1]


Bob Davis
Bud Blossfield
Dave Stewart
John O'Conner
Ray Dascenzo
Richard Lavesphere

Members Cars

Bob Davis' 1935 Ford 5-Window Coupe



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