POPULAR CLUB NAMES


 

Clubs from across the country often chose the same name. Because some companies were selling "stock" plaques (without a location on them) through ads in car magazines, many clubs chose one of those names. Some examples are shown on the STOCK PLAQUES page. If a club had chapters in different towns or areas, the plaques would usually have the same graphic but the location would be changed on the plaque pattern. The pages listed below show how the designs were different from club to club.

 

These are some of the more popular club names. Click on an underlined club name below to see the plaque designs for those clubs.

 


 

129 Plaques

Road Runners

103 Plaques

Coachmen

94 Plaques

Drifters

76 Plaques

Road Angels

72 Plaques

Road Knights

59 Plaques

Customs / Kustoms

57 Plaques

Idlers
Shifters

56 Plaques

Pharaohs

50 Plaques

Aristocrats

47 Plaques

Dragons

46 Plaques

Kingsmen

43 Plaques

Barons
Hot Heads
Igniters

42 Plaques

Pacers

41 Plaques

Nomads

40 Plaques

Rebels

39 Plaques

Eliminators
Strokers

37 Plaques

Piston Pushers

35 Plaques

Chariots

34 Plaques

King Pins
Road Rebels

32 Plaques

Pace Makers
Rod Benders
Wanderers

31 Plaques

Road Gents
Stockers

30 Plaques

Lancers

29 Plaques

Coasters
Cruisers

28 Plaques

Dukes
Knights

26 Plaques

Asphalt Angels
Dusters
Gents
Injectors

 


 

T-Timers

 

Founded by Hal Hild in the 1950's, the T-Timers were a large west coast club that had many chapters throughout California. To read more about this club, click on their plaque above. 

 


 

Here are some examples of  Over The Hill Gang plaques to show how different chapters use the same basic design.

 

Over The Hill Gang          The Over The Hill Gang

 

Berdoo (San Bernardino, CA)       Phoenix        LHC (Lake Havasu City, AZ)

Pennsylvania    San Diego    Temecula Valley    Victoria, BC (Canada)

 



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