The Street Kings car club was formed in 1976 by
Generation 1 members
Wayne Hay (1961-1986)
Terry Deter (1957-2004)
Tim Huskey Donnie Clark
Generation 2 members
Kenny Porter III
Since 2007 members
Dustin "Catfish" Bowen
Randy & Cindy Sullins
Melvin & Julie McCoy
Little Enis (Clayton F.)
Dr. Skip Amis
Andrew (Chevy) DeMoss
Ben Frier shows up at the parking lot with 66-442 six pack car circa 1979
Tim Hawkins "superquick bird" circa1979
Robin P. tries to relive his teenage years in N. Carolina 20??
Tim Huskey "dogs" 55 gets a well deserved break on an early SUNDAY morning!!!!!!! circa1980
Scott Hirzel and David Bowman at M.A.D.
Harold Rieker,Martin Blaney,Tim Hawkins and Robin Paschall meet at Tim's shop for some old time bench racing.
Martin Blaney in the "Rabbit"!
This 55 Chevy 150 was owned by Aaron Robinson in the late '70s and had seen it's better days when Aaron owned it.
Martin bought it from Aaron's parents in the mid nineties.
L to R: Jim Daves in police car , R.D. SK President , H.R. V.P., Donnie C. secretary (1981)
Paul Castle wins fastest car of the month.
(For the tenth straight time!!!!) (1981)
I think this was at
T.I.R. ? M.B.
Andrew Vreeland and Dean Sunquist working on a Flathead Ford motor.
GEN 1 member and Mopar expert Mark Elliott battles a 55 Chevy at M.A.D. (198?)
Gen 1 Member Donnie Clark (197?)
Harold Rieker and his pop at Street Kings '82 show
l-r Gary Castle, Steve Rogers, James Bench, Ben Frier, & H. Rieker
make a pit stop on the way to Ardmore Raceway...
Where S.R. leaves behind some artwork!
Aaron Robinsons 42 Chevy coupe
owned while he was a pre-teen.
Photo courtesy R.Paschall (1978)
Lawrie Raceway aka Dragway 77 Guthrie Oklahoma
Wayne Hay's Camaro @ Lawries.
Fresh "stripe" ala M.B. & W.H. (1985)
Harold Rieker's 55 Chevy Bel-aire (198?)
Aaron Robinson shows a few friends how to do a " street wheelie" on North Pine st. 1978
50/50 pot drawing at SK Sonic 30th anniversary Show & Poker run 1989
N.E. corner of Division & Harrison circa 1980 L to R Tim Huskey, M. Blaney, T. Hawkins, Steve Rogers,
Donnie Clark, Wayne Hay, and H. Rieker (barely!) . Red GTO owned by BROTHER BEN who, took the photo.
Tim Hawkins, Larry Williams, and Ben Frier goofing off in front of JR's shop . (199?)
Speaking of JR. here is a picture of his digger at one of the Flashback's shows. (1999)
The year we "invaded" the Flashback's uptown show . JR's 57 and Jeff Flury's Chevelle. (1989)
Some of the participants at our SONIC 30th aniv. "Dress up '50s contest ." (1989)
Kenny Porter III getting crazy at the bluffs (199?)
Generation 1 member Gerald Nelson (left) having fun at SK30.
R.I.P. Aaron, Ben and Wayne.....
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The Street Kings Car Club can trace it's roots back to 1973 and what can be described as six highly impressionable youths who attended grade school in Guthrie, Oklahoma; Aaron Robinson, Ben Frier, Harold Rieker, Robin Paschall, Tim Hawkins, and Martin Blaney.
At that time and as it has always been, the automobile and one's obsession with them took up a large part of a young man's time, so it came to be that among these six delinquents, around this time, all in a round about way went to see George Lucas second feature film "American Graffiti."
Little did these juveniles realize, something that may have seemed so insignificant would influence them all into early adulthood, and some well into middle age...
Sometime around late '74 early '75 these boys decided that not unlike some of the characters they had seen on the big screen, they too needed a car club and came up with the highly un-original name "Dragons". The club or more aptly named "gang" slowly gained more members and it was soon realized that "Dragon's" was not a cool name. In 1976 Robin Paschall decided and took it upon himself to rename the club "STREET KINGS". By 1981 the club had evolved into a highly organized group with an official jacket and insignia, and around thirty dues paying members. Several car shows, picnics, parties and road trips were among the events undertaken along with charity fundraiser's well into the late '80s. Generation 2
By the end of the '80s some or really most of Generation 1 had let the club fall by the wayside and in an effort to revive the club, in 1987 some of the kids started SK GEN II.
A few people from GEN I along with the GEN II members listed to the left, brought the club back to life and among one of their major accomplishments was the 1989 Sonic 30th anniversary show, cruise, poker run, and Dragway 77 meets.
Generation 3 (AKA Since 2007 Members)
The traditions continued. Some of the sons and daughters of the originals joined the club. Plus a bunch of new people who were as old or older than the first six.
Sometime in the mid "00" Zero's a freak by the name of Mark Z designed a so called social media site that pretty well crashed out any semblance of decorum and respect for online clubs and life...Everyone became a narcissist, or a secret squirrel? Thanks Mr. Zuckerburg for nothing. Apparently in the summer of 2022 Mark kicked John Neuhaus out of the club. I shit you not...
Same spot 27 years later...
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