Auto Butchers of East Los Angeles

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An Auto Butchers plaque from the Museum of American Speed. Photo provided by John Mackey.
Bernie Mackey wearing his club jacket. Photo provided by John Mackey.
Photo provided by John Mackey.
Eddie Dye's 1929 Ford Roadster, was built by the Ayala Brothers in the early 1950s.
Don Holland's 1941 Ford convertible of Lakewood, California. Don's Ford was restyled by Gil's Auto Body Works sometime between 1948 and 1951.
Al Garcia's 1948 Ford, of the East Los Angeles Auto Butchers was restyled by Gil's Auto Body Works in the early 1950s.
Gil Ayala's 1955 Ford Thunderbird of East Los Angeles, California. Known as the Wild Bird, the car was restyled by Gil and Al Ayala at Gil's Auto Body Works. The first version was completed in 1956.

Car club out of East Los Angeles, California.

Members

Al Ayala
Al Garcia
Bernie Mackey
Don Holland
Eddie Dye
Gil Ayala
Johnny Rosier
Wally Welch


Club Cars

Don Holland's 1941 Ford Convertible
Gil Ayala's 1955 Ford Thunderbird - The Wild Bird





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