Shifters of So. Cal.
Shifters Car Club So.Cal
With roots all the way back to 1992, the Shifters are known as “the very first nostalgia hot rod club for the younger guys”. The gang consists of nine members, and 7 of these originates back to 1992. Marky Idzardi came up with the name for the club one night he and Alex was driving over to Kevan's house. They were throwing names, and Alex suggested that maybe they should have a name that had something to do with shifting.
The Shifters have created some famous cars, such as Alex Idzardi's blue Five-window Deuce that made the cover of Rod & Custom. Marky Idzardi's Purple People Eater, that also made the cover of Rod & Custom, and Anthony Cataneda's "Brown Neck Bandito" bubble top car.
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