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Racing From The Past
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January 02, 2010 at 05:11:51 PM
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Davey Ross The Flying Farmer back in a race car. I believe he retired in 72 or 73? I missed a lot in the 80's


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Racing From The Past
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January 02, 2010 at 05:32:11 PM
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Just the way it left the track the last time, I assume. I don't remember who sent this to me in an e-mail some years ago and I don't even think there was text with it. I assume it was the car driven by Don Shumard or a Shumard? Larry Dewell drove a 00 in 1969, but this car was earlier.


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Racing From The Past
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January 03, 2010 at 12:26:37 PM
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This message was edited on January 03, 2010 at 12:33:13 PM by Racing From The Past

Photo contributed to RFTP by Rick Lane.

Jack Belk, at the 70 Hutchinson Nationals. The #4 which was probably Todd Coker? In 69 Jack was listed as 4th quickest qualifier in the same car.


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brian26
January 03, 2010 at 02:25:18 PM
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Posted By: Racing From The Past on January 02 2010 at 05:32:11 PM

Just the way it left the track the last time, I assume. I don't remember who sent this to me in an e-mail some years ago and I don't even think there was text with it. I assume it was the car driven by Don Shumard or a Shumard? Larry Dewell drove a 00 in 1969, but this car was earlier.



I'd climb up there and get some pictures if'n I knew where it was at.




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January 03, 2010 at 04:29:12 PM
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This message was edited on January 03, 2010 at 10:46:01 PM by Racing From The Past

Western Kansas I assume? I've been told a sad story goes with the car related to Vietnam. I believe someone sent an e-mail back in the early days of the site relating to that. But I'm not sure so I will not go into it. I'm sure someone out their has the scoop on it. Maybe it will draw out one of those lurker type fans.


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redbandana
January 03, 2010 at 07:15:32 PM
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Posted By: Racing From The Past on January 03 2010 at 12:26:37 PM

Photo contributed to RFTP by Rick Lane.

Jack Belk, at the 70 Hutchinson Nationals. The #4 which was probably Todd Coker? In 69 Jack was listed as 4th quickest qualifier in the same car.



I believe that is Tigar Bob Williams from KC in that car #37.Jack Belk did not drive the car in 1970.Bob Williams drove the car at several Special Events in 1970 including winning the OK City Nationals in that car in 1970.I know Bob drove the car at other races that year,he did not finish Muskogge in 70 ,was running 7th after starting in th rear and droped out with machanical,problems.

Jack Belk drove the car in 1969 winning the Muskogge Nationals and did Qualifie 4th at Hutch in 69....Belk got took out in the first lap at Hutch in 69 and came from the rear to finish 10th,,they shortened the race to 35 laps without telling anybody.I remember alot of the guys were mad because they loaded extra fuel they did not need.

That race was one of the best fiinshes i ever saw for the win #8 Copeland and #54 Ross battled side by side for several laps with Copland winiing by the hair on his chiny chin chin.


Win as if you are use to it.And lose as if you enjoyed 
it for a change.Its hard to get to the top and alot 
harder to stay there.

CG5KC
January 03, 2010 at 07:34:07 PM
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Here's a couple shots of the 37 at John Layne's car show this fall



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January 03, 2010 at 07:35:16 PM
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Curt Grogan



redbandana
January 03, 2010 at 08:26:48 PM
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Posted By: CG5KC on January 03 2010 at 07:34:07 PM

Here's a couple shots of the 37 at John Layne's car show this fall



Glad to see this car got saved . I spent alot of time in Als garage the winter of 68 when this car was built.I seen it being born.And was with it its first full year.Watching Al Weiland build a race car is something that you cant put in words,,, you just got to be there to see what kind of a man Al is.

Thanks for the pic of it,, and thanks to the guy who owns it now and has kepted it this way...Tim


Win as if you are use to it.And lose as if you enjoyed 
it for a change.Its hard to get to the top and alot 
harder to stay there.

Racing From The Past
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January 03, 2010 at 11:02:57 PM
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Thanks Tim, and also for jogging my memory, that was a great race. I don't have the 1970 program.

Curt, does Mike Pogue still own the 37.


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