Dennis Andrews
Dennis Andrews
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"Passing of Pete Hamilton "
"Here he is being recognized as the 1967 Sportsman National Champion at the 1968 NASCAR Awards... "
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"Passing of Pete Hamilton "
"Pete was the 1967 NASCAR Sportsman division National Champion. This was his ride: "
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"NASCAR BANQUET IN CHARLOTTE "
"Interesting to re-visit Tom Higgins' article from 5 years ago. Interestingly, I've heard the rumor that the year-end Cup banquet may well be moved... "
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"Passing of Pete Hamilton "
"So sorry to hear of Pete's passing. Now he can join his mentor, "Steady Eddie" Flemke. Will never forget in June 1969 watching Pete blow the doors... "
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"Passing of Pete Hamilton "
"Learned today of the passing of Pete Hamilton. Started hearing word of it last night - but didn't see info confirmed by reputable sources. Sure... "
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"Racing History Minute - March 22, 1959 "
"Preview for both races from Spartanburg Herald "
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"WHAT DO THESE HAVE IN COMMON? ANY GUESSES? KEEP READING. "
"Richard was always good at arm twsting... i.e. twisting Plymouth/Chrysler's arm with his 1969 one season move to Ford. For the life of me, I don't... "
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"Racing History Minute - March 22, 1959 "
"On the same day Beauchamp won at Lakewood, Curtis Turner won the Catawba 250 NASCAR convertible series race at Hickory. Race report from... "
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""Miss Firebird" Float - Is it Winkie or Linda?? "
" @dennis-garrett Looks like I hotlinked an image from another site - an image that is no longer hosted at that location. Not exactly sure what I... "
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Dave Fulton
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Dennis, you might remember this discussion a few years back about Wrangler providing items to the AJ Foyt team and Bill Elliott/Melling team:

Also, 4 times a year - at Rockingham, Riverside, Charlotte and Richmond, we (Wrangler) brought in several tractor-trailer loads of jeans and shirts and sold them at cost to teams and their families (including children) and to credentialed media members. These at cost sales were held next to the infield media centers.

In addition, Wrangler furnished clothing at no charge to the Top-30 drivers in points each year. Below, you can see that award listed as one of the points of our 1983 Wrangler racing promotional program in a bulletin prepared for our Wrangler retailers:

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