The Plutocrats car club was a club from Anaheim, California. The club was formed sometime between 1935 and 1939, by Chuck Potvin, Dick Kraft, Doug Hartfelt, Kenny Lindley and the Palm brothers while attending Anaheim High School. Every Saturday night, the Plutocrats would go street-racing in order to hold onto the number-one status they had. The club was disbanded after the graduation in 1940, and Dick and his friends became members of the Hollywood Lancers, later known as just the Lancers, instead.
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