Falcons of Salt Lake City

From Kustomrama
Jump to: navigation, search
A Falcons business card from Keith Hunt's collection. Photo courtesy of Keith Hunt.
Keith Hunt's Falcons membership card. Photo courtesy of Keith Hunt.
The back side of Keith's membership card. Photo courtesy of Keith Hunt.
Mike Hemingway's 1948 Plymouth four door sedan of Salt Lake City, Utah. Mike was a member of the Falcons of Salt Lake City car club.
Keith Hunt's 1952 Ford convertible of Salt Lake City, Utah. The car was already customized when Keith bought it in the Winter of 1956. It had been damaged at a used car lot, so Keith had Tanner Body Shop fix it up. The build was completed early in 1957. During the build, Keith became a member of the Falcons of Salt Lake City car club.

The Falcons was a car club from Salt Lake City, Utah. Early in 1957 Keith Hunt was accepted into the club, at the time, Kent Lee was the President, and Dick DeKorver was the Secretary. Kent and Dick were cousins, and according to Keith they WERE the Falcons; "In a way we were all equal, but as saying goes, they were more equal than the rest of us. Kent was our leader. Dick was second in charge." Norman Tyrrell was the Vice President. The Falcons sometimes met in in Liberty Park on Sunday afternoons, but their spot was the Cummings Ice Cream store, which had the largest malts in Salt Lake City.[1]


Dave Jorgenson
Dick DeKorver
Keith Hunt
Kent Lee
Mike Hemingway
Normann Tyrrell

Club Cars

Kent Lee's 1941 Ford Convertible
Mike Hemingway's 1948 Plymouth Four Door Sedan
Keith Hunt's 1952 Ford Convertible
Dick DeKorver's 1953 Ford Hardtop
Dave Jorgenson's 1955 Mercury Convertible
Norman Tyrrell's 1956 Chevrolet 2-Door



Did you enjoy this article?

Kustomrama is an encyclopedia dedicated to preserve, share and protect traditional hot rod and custom car history from all over the world.

Can you help us make this article better?

Please get in touch with us at mail@kustomrama.com if you have additional information or photos to share about Falcons of Salt Lake City.

This article was made possible by:

SunTec Auto Glass - Auto Glass Services on Vintage and Classic Cars
Finding a replacement windshield, back or side glass can be a difficult task when restoring your vintage or custom classic car. It doesn't have to be though now with auto glass specialist companies like www.suntecautoglass.com. They can source OEM or OEM-equivalent glass for older makes/models; which will ensure a proper fit every time. Check them out for more details!

Do you want to see your company here? Click here for more info about how you can advertise your business on Kustomrama.

Personal tools
Help us