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that 29 car may have been one of the most wining cars back in that year .. the 96 car was certainly one of the most beautiful racers we had  ever seen at that time ... keep those old pics coming please ...we all enjoy  these photos taking us back  to the times we all wish were still here.. but without the photos are just fading memories

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Rally you are so right with your assessment of the #29 of Doug James and #96 of Jim Aduddell. Those two cars had some great battles in the early '70s. At that time the 96 was the #12 Chevy 6 cylinder driven by George Wixson. Both Doug and George won races throughout the Northwest were threats to win where ever they showed up. In 1973 Wixson only lost two races at Elma. One to the 29 of James and the other to the 11 of Rich Leighty. After the '73 season Larry Spoon sold the 12 to Aduddell who spent 1974 turning it into the show car quality beauty seen in the picture above. The car raced through the early 90s, Robert Hall was probably the final driver, and then disappeared. The Elma Auto Racing Hall of Fame would love to get its hands on this particular car to restore.






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I remember the first time I saw the 96 after Jim had it and thinking I'd never seen so much chrome on a racecar before. That was a gorgeous racecar then and still would be today. That would be an awesome piece to take to some of the vintage shows....is it too new for them? Loved that car.

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I last saw the 96 car in late 80's maybe early 90's. Barely recognized the car it was so deteriorated, but a little bit of the chromed rear axle housing gave it away. It was a beautiful car. Rick Anthony had it for a while and campaigned it on the asphalt. I vaguely remember Loren Day welding or modifying the rear torsion tube mounts. If memory serves me right (which I doubt) the rear cross torsions were mounted high almost like a stack tube. I followed behind the car enough I really should know the back of it, but old age does weird things to the brain. :?

While I was working at Todd S/Y during the Frigate program in the late 70's early 80's, a young fitter leadman told me that he had hours and hours envolved in grinding on the car. All the welded joints were built up and then ground to a big smooth radius.

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Well you guys finally are getting close to my era. Came up here in 74 to work for J Day. I worked with Aduddell on the Spoon modified some. In fact, that's me in the Ram jacket bent over the left side. I helped him assemble his Ram sprinter the next year and he Roxie and I  went off to Denver and ran with the outlaws. I have a lot of photos of 74 and 75, so I guess now I will have to go get a scanner this weekend and get them posted.

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you gotta love this thread and it shows.. Hats off and thanks for all the contributions. This is very educational as well as entertaining. Thanks all again

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northwest sprintcar series

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Steve Royce at cottage grove

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Some photos of Dick and Jim Aduddell sent to me by Dick.



Dick Aduddell on the left and Jim Aduddell on the right posing with Dick straight 8 Buick powered limited modified in 1967.



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Jim Aduddell after a trophy dash win at Sky Valley in 1974.



Jim Aduddell in his new RAM sprint car at Skagit.



Jim Aduddell after moving to California in the early '80s. Picture taken at the San Jose Fairgrounds in his Buffalo built car.



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Dick Aduddell's first car at Silverdale in 1962.



Dick Aduddell in 1966 at Elma.



Later in the same race.



The new straight 8 modified. The purple sedan jalopy right behind Aduddell was also powered by a straight 8 Buick.



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Beginning of restoration in 1983.



The straight 8 Buick after restoration.



After restoration in 1984.



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Got moved.....printer/scanner hooked up and working. Now the only excuse I have is laziness. I finally found the photos that Gene Dove (Whitecloud) gave me years ago. Some are from Portland Speedway and some from Indianapolis during the 42nd Indy 500. None of the photos are captioned so I haven't a clue on who they are of. I did recognize Gene in a couple of them. Maybe somebody looking at these will have an idea????

 

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Here's another.......pretty sure it's on the backstretch at Portland.




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One photo had Portland 1960 on the back of it. And I believe this one has Ernie Koch written on it.


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This looks like it could be the roadster in the photos. The photo is from the Golden Wheels archives and is labeled "#44 Digger Caldwell driving Lee Donivan's laydown roadster 1957."

Love the second shot of the #56 driver adjusting his goggles. Both hands in use.

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The truck I'am standing next to was built by Jim and Roxy, then later was traded for a CAE rear end from DeBobs Oval World.

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Hi Jerry,

Whatever happened to the Ross Fontes T Buckets?  My Dad still has the old Peat bro's car that Al Pombo drove which I am busy putting back together.

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one went to Newman and one went to Deaver



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Jerry Calton wrote: Hi Jerry,

Whatever happened to the Ross Fontes T Buckets?  My Dad still has the old Peat bro's car that Al Pombo drove which I am busy putting back together.

Jerry Calton

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one went to Newman and one went to Deaver

There are some pictures of the one Newman has on the West Coast Vintage Racers website. One can be found at http://www.westcoastvintageracers.com/photos/image/4546



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Here is a wild ride and showmanship from 2011 Elma Auto Racing Hall of Fame Inductee, Vic Wright, taken around 1967. Thanks to the Wright family for allowing the EARHoF the use of their album. Vic along with Fred Brownfield, Tom Denny, Neil Seljestad, Jack Davidson, and Rollie Lielke will be inducted into the EARHoF on Saturday, August 27, 2011.








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Also from the Wright family album. #38 was Vic Wright.




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Rick, the article says it is the Memorial 100. Was it a 100 lap race? I remember 40 and 50 lappers, but nothing any longer during my era. 

Great shot of both cars. Love that left front wheel hiking up.

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T. Michael wrote: Rick, the article says it is the Memorial 100. Was it a 100 lap race? I remember 40 and 50 lappers, but nothing any longer during my era. 

Great shot of both cars. Love that left front wheel hiking up.

If I remember correctly it was a two day show with each day having 50 lap features.



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Look what I pulled out of the stickers today. We will see where it goes from here.

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Seriously Gaylon, like I told you at the 1/4 midget track, I would love to help you go through the car. It would be a good fit for my old modified and others next year at our FUN RUN RACING gatherings.



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I was surprised to find that none of the wheels where locked up! I got it out of the bushes and into the shop lastnight. The first thing I am going to do is take the engine out and down to Jay to see if it is salvageable. The way I remember it it is a 292 chev, a typical jay engine from the 80's. I would imagine the crank is still good and the rods jay prolly has 100's. I hope the block is ok. It was drained of water when we parked it around 1986. Heads are a dime a dozen but they are the angle plug gm heads, as I remember they where a trick item in their day. We will see.

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Gaylon-I can remember you and Randy Bauer riding your bikes around after the SVRA Friday Night races when I was writing for the club. That was a pretty fast car. Was this the Jim Nield built car for Ross Fontess? I think your dad will take an interest helping in that car and I think you may see him take a few parade laps around. He may say I'll never get back in the car but all of us like to take the old family car for a spin again!!

Kelly Nicholas

PS-Also to see that car alongside Loren Days, Rally's Bantam and T Michaels in progress. How many others are in the weeds??

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SAFEWAY KELLY wrote: Gaylon-I can remember you and Randy Bauer riding your bikes around after the SVRA Friday Night races when I was writing for the club. That was a pretty fast car. Was this the Jim Nield built car for Ross Fontess? I think your dad will take an interest helping in that car and I think you may see him take a few parade laps around. He may say I'll never get back in the car but all of us like to take the old family car for a spin again!!

Kelly Nicholas

PS-Also to see that car alongside Loren Days, Rally's Bantam and T Michaels in progress. How many others are in the weeds??
not quite in the weeds but still here

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Sweeeet... I dont know that car, what is it's history?

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Tom wrote: Sweeeet... I dont know that car, what is it's history?

Actually Gaylon, you probably saw quite a lot of that car. It was built in 1974 by Barny Barnes and Jay ran it at Sky Valley and Skagit. It was the orange 99 car. Rollie Lilkie  (sp) drove it at Skagit one night after Jay had flipped the week before and Rollie won the main beating Fred Brownfield. 

I bought it in 1977 after Sky Valley closed and ran it on the asphalt at Evergreen 78 thru 80.

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Wow Chuck, I remember it as #74 blue. How much of the stuff for that car do you still have? Is that the rearend for it in the pic? nice to hear from you.

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you are right though I saw alot of that car over the years.
does that car have the parallel bars Barny seemed to do so often?

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That trophy looks familiar.:D

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sprintmidget11 wrote:




The top picture is the car in the '70s as Dave drove it. The bottom picture is from the '80s as Mike drove it. Both pictures were taken at Spanaway. In between Dave had sold the car to Charlie Gibbs. Charlie had a bad wreck in it, I believe in Canada, and never fixed it. Dave later bought the wrecked car back and rebuilt it for Mike to drive. Almost seems like Mike or Dave telling me that about the only thing they reused from the original car was the body. Not positive on that though.  


You are correct that was a bad crash, dad broke knee and shoulder. I remember that sad day Dave came by to get the body is was a all steel 32 ford 3 window, it still had the gutters. What a piece of art. I thought that race car was the coolist car my dad ever had. The frame stayed in the back yard for a for a few more years. In 1979 the 327 motor found its way into my 67 camaro. When I turned sixteen I drove weekly to Evergreen speedway to help Dave and Mike with the new car. Dave was a real smart, fun guy to hang out with.

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That trophy was built by Cascade Trophy Co., in our garage.

 

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