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Dwat
@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
one month ago

Fred Astle #43, Les Andrews #6, Bill Augustine #52, Bill Anderson #80 and Bob Sprague #42. When racing was racing. I think this was 1970.

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@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
one month ago

A Bill Ross creation.

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@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
one month ago

I see the #91 of Jon Astle and the #90 of Joe Peters, both Seekonk cars. Must have been an open show.

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@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
one month ago

Dionne may have crashed this day, but in its day, this #36 with him behind the wheel was just about unbeatable in the B division at Seekonk.

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@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
one month ago

Jack Horrocks on the left. Johnny Tripp in car and Billy Ross holding the flag. Note Bobby Sprague's name over the door. Tripp soon replaced Sprague as driver of the #43. This was an open show on a fall day at the end of the year probably 1971 (guess). There were quite a few Class B cars in the field that day as I recall. 

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@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
one month ago

This car was built for Johnny Tripp, but Armond Holley and Don Dionne drove it more times than he did. 

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@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
one month ago

Charlie and Earl Hendrickson built some great cars, Eddie Hoyle wrecked most of them. Nice guy, but man he sure did crash a lot.

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@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
one month ago

That's Billy Linden alright, but I believe it is quite a bit earlier than 1973

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