Ramblers of Long Beach
The Ramblers was a car club from Long Beach, California. It was started in 1950, and the charter members and most of the members went to Poly High. A few went to Wilson. Bruce Bartlett was a charter member. Monte Trone was a good friend of Bruce, and a member of the Long Beach Cavaliers. Monte had been a Cavaliers member for a while, and he gave Bruce some good advice and pointers that was very helpful for the newly established club.
In 2019 Bruce Bartlett told Sondre Kvipt of Kustomrama that Dick Farguson at Dick's Body Shop did work on the majority of their club cars; "He did really nice work and the best part for all us high school kids, he was very reasonable. He did a '47 Cad for me just before I graduated."
Jim Keeter's 1930 Ford Model A Coupe
Ed Hemry's 1936 Ford Tudor Sedan
Bill Loveliss' 1941 Ford Coupe
Bruce Bartlett's 1947 Cadillac
Bob Highbee's 1951 Chevrolet Hardtop
Bruce Bartlett's 1953 Studebaker Starlight Coupe
Glenn Springer's 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air
Don Chapman's 1954 Studebaker
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