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 Posted: Tuesday Dec 25th, 2007 03:51 AM
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I don't have one of that car.  Here's a WRA shot from Spanaway.

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and another one.

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sidelines04 wrote: Speaking of BT Express. This must be 1986 or so.
zarestke did run 2 in yamahas i think.. i was also running up there at that time

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Your pic of the yellow 81 was, I'm pretty sure, Marty Rosler. The pic right above yours JR is what looks like Rudy's King Crab sprinter with more than likely Ross driving. The pic at the top of the page is hard for me to make out all of the cars. The white #5 T is Dave Ehlers. I would have to take a closer look at the others to figure it out.



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You will know this one

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Isn't that the same car that you put up on that thread on the "other board" that ran and ran and ran?????? That was a fun thread.

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I dont remember I am almost 40 ya know.Ya recognize this other ol timer flaggin?I could do this all day.

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Old salt still racing?

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not nostalgia but cool nonetheless

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It's just a guess but it really looks like Sonny Basher????



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Without sweatpants even.

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Too funny....almost looks like he's giving this kid the finger. Mikey musta got 2nd.....lol.

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Its me so he probably is!!

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That's a king crab in your hands JR.......I did not know that you fished.....Bering Sea?? I spent a few months up there in '78. Crazy place to be.....does the UniSea Inn ring a bell?? How about the Elbow Room???



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Yes I was up there north of  the pribilofs in july and august,Yes the uni is still hoppin,The Elbow was called Lattitudes:X when I was there this summer,still the same old crusty joint,but the toilet worked at least.I talked with Larry Shaishnekoff (spelling?)the old owner and he still got to drink for free,I went in there my first time when I was 15 in 1984.The unisea bought it this fall and closed it down,no competition I guess.What a shame,Kinda like Spanaway closing down.OK I KNOW I HAVE HIGHJACKED THIS THREAD ,SORRY.

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CurtK wrote: Your pic of the yellow 81 was, I'm pretty sure, Marty Rosler. The pic right above yours JR is what looks like Rudy's King Crab sprinter with more than likely Ross driving. The pic at the top of the page is hard for me to make out all of the cars. The white #5 T is Dave Ehlers. I would have to take a closer look at the others to figure it out.
I believe the 71 is McTaggart...this was a car once owned by rebel and later sold to Max Dudley...which I bought from Max....hell of a nice old car....still in the erp area I am told...but pretty butchered up now...sad.....



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Is this one of the cars Jerry Day just sold?

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Anyone know who is driving these cars? 

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Here is one of your old salt from 1974.

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Is that glen walker?...sure is younger in that pic...lol



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Yes, Sprint 3, that is a much younger Glen. Here is an Elma 1/2 mile shot from about 1971. Shows some of the diversity of the day. (37) Glen Walker ran a 289 Ford V8, (23) Ray Stevens ran a Ford straight 6, (12) George Wixson ran a Chev straight 6 with 3 carbs, and (11) Rich Leighty ran a 283 Chev V8. A lot of track championships in this picture. Glen, George, and Rich all won multiple track championships and Ray was always near the front. Of course Glen and Rich are still playing.

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What a thrill it was to see this "T" run in the '73 IDC and especially to see the legend himself run it at Skagit.

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Somebody mentioned Neil Honka in another post, here is his former #66 Ram Sprint

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Here is one of Neil Honka's car from 1972.

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sprintmidget11 wrote: What a thrill it was to see this "T" run in the '73 IDC and especially to see the legend himself run it at Skagit.
That's (of course) Al Pombo.  The 19 above is Gene Calton, who bought the car from Pombo.  It's a former Peat Bros. car. 

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PSFAN. The picture you have posted was taken at Evergreen. Loren Day owns the 84 car and it is in the process of being restored at this time. He is trying to find who has this picture as it was the only dash race that he and Ross were in together.They raced side by side for several laps and he is proud to have been in the same dash as one of his heros. We heard there was a picture of his car and the "T" up at Rudy's shop, but he has been unable to find out who owns that picture.  He would love to have a copy and would be willing to pay.   :)

P.S. I think that is Rick Anthony in the yellow car. That was about our normal Friday night crowd too. ha. ha.

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martyk wrote: sprintmidget11 wrote: What a thrill it was to see this "T" run in the '73 IDC and especially to see the legend himself run it at Skagit.
That's (of course) Al Pombo.  The 19 above is Gene Calton, who bought the car from Pombo.  It's a former Peat Bros. car. 


#3 Peat Bros T- Anybody know who is in the picture working on the rear?

I heard the car is now in Oregon...sitting. Is that still the status? It would be nice to see it make it's way back to the Pombo family. Anthony and Davey are still deeply involved in racing. I think Al has another grandson racing too.

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Petaluma, those fence posts sticking up look a little dangerous.

Hey Jerry Day, if you see this do you know who is driving your car?

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Posted at Jerry's request...... he says he's gonna buy lunch if I drive down there and show him how to post pictures....which he has many of

I prefer off-site hosting, never tried uploading direct to the site with pictures

BTW....thanks Rick & Greg for providing us a great place for all this.

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These pics are 1968 & 69 of my car. Notice the low cost uniforms of the day.  I still have the molds if any one is intrested .

I have lots of pictures of them back to 1960.... Jerry








The White car is Art Pollard in Levi Jones Kurtis Roadster. I made the body for that car and then built mine.





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