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Dave Fulton
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"Tiny Lund Information Needed "
"I don’t know if Joe Dean Huss of Roanoke Rapids, NC subscribes to this Forum, but he was a friend of Tiny and raced with him in the Grand American... "
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"Seeking Original Owner -- 1966 NASCAR Car Hauler "
"There were at least two haulers with similar description in the late 60's. H-M had one painted in blue and gold to match the David Pearson #17 and... "
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Dwat
@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
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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
@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
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A Bill Ross creation.

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Dwat
@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
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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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Dennis  Garrett
@dennis-garrett commented on @bill-hupp's gallery
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Teri Ingle - Miss Truxmore standing next to Junie Donlavey #90 Truxmore sponsor Ford Torino race car.

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Dwat
@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
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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
@dwat commented on @glen-tavares's gallery
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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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