L.A. River drag racing in the ’50s

No, this is not a scene from “Grease” or “Them”. This is a real photograph of L.A. River drag racing in the ’50s! This is directly underneath the 6th St Bridge that joins Boyle Heights to Downtown L.A. Wonder if there was a rumble later that night? H/T >

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