Dicers of Salem

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A photo of Robert Eckstrom with his 1939 Ford Coupe and Sedan. Eckstrom was a member of the club back in the mid-1950s, and he used to drag race his coupe and sedan. According to his son, Bob, he also had a 1950 Ford that he drove on the street. Photo courtesy of Bob Eckstrom.

The Dicers was a car club from Salem, Oregon. Wayne Mahaffey was one of the founding members.[1]


Robert Eckstrom
Wayne Mahaffey

Club Cars

Wayne Mahaffey's 1935 Ford Phaeton
Robert Eckstrom's 1939 Ford Coupe
Robert Eckstrom's 1939 Ford Sedan
Robert Eckstrom's 1950 Ford



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