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Late Model Sportsman

Late Model 6-Troyer

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Maynard Troyer’s hard driving style made him one of the most feared drivers in the Northeast modified ranks. An original intimidator. 

 $10.00

Late Model 00-Ard

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Sam Ard was the greatest Late Sportsman drivers of all time. He and Jack Ingram raged many battles on the short-tracks of the Carolinas and Virginia. Sam was two-time champion of the Early Busch series

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Late Model 77-Gant

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Handsome Harry Gant from Taylorsville, North Carolina was the original Cool Hand Luke. Nothing ever seemed to rattle this cagey ole veteran of the short-tracks. Learned from the best, Sam Ard, Jack Ingram, Butch Lindley and others. 

 $10.00

Late Model 11-Ingram

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Jack Ingram was the original short-track ace. In his day, no one could run with Jack except Sam Ard or Butch Lindley. Just call “Iron Man” Jack king of the road. 

 $10.00

Late Model 6-Houston

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Tommy Houston was always stiff competition in the small bullrings of western North Carolina and southern Virginia. Tommy moved up to the Busch Grand National series and won his share of races.   $10.00

Late Model 54-Pressley

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Bob Pressley built and maintained his race cars throughout his racing career. This nicely built '64 Chevelle is a good example of his ability as a car builder. The room full of trophies speak for his driving ability.   $10.00

Late Model 55-Bosco Lowe

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Bosco Lowe drove this Ronnie Silver prepared '64 Chevelle in some hard head-to-head racing with the likes of Jack Ingram, Bob Pressley, Sam Ard and Harry Gant at weekly show at Hickory Motor Speedway and other short-tracks in western North Carolina in the early seventies. Bosco went on to race in what is known as the Busch series today.   $10.00

Late Model 8-Dale Earnhardt

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Dale Earnhardt drove this Gary Hargett prepared Nova in the early '70's and enjoyed a lot of success. Earnhardt and Hargett formed a long lasting racing relationship that saw Hargett preparing cars for Dale Jr. in the late '80's and early '90's around tracks like Myrtle Beach and Hickory Speedways.   $10.00
Late Model 4-Bob Pressley

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Bob Pressley in a beautiful Buck Stove sponsored Pontiac Ventura running asphalt at many short-track in western NC and southern Virginia. Bob won his share of races and was well respected by his fellow drivers.     

  

 $10.00

Late Model 9-Moore

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Lil’ Bud Moore from Charleston South Carolina ran a very “fast” sportsman ’57 Chevy built by Ralph Earnhardt. Lil’ Bud ran for the National championship of the Late Model Sportsman division In 1964.

 $10.00

Late Model 2-Allison

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Bobby Allison ran this little Chevelle in 1966 on the NASCAR Grand National circuit. He won a race in Oxford, Maine and ran well at other short track such as Martinsville, VA with this mighty mite.

 $10.00

Late Model F97-Farmer

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Red Farmer, on original member of the famed “Alabama Gang” raced anything with wheels. He and gang members Bobby Allison and Neil Bonnett once raced each other on bicycles. Red ran a lot of dirt track in Alabama and Florida.  

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Late Model 8-Dale Earnhardt

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Dale Earnhardt '65 Chevelle raced at Hickory and other short tracks in North Carolina in early '70's. Model was built using the AMT/Ertl '66 Buick Skylark Modified reissue with the body from a Revell '65 Chevelle Z-16 kit.  $10.00

Late Model 16-Lindley

         

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The red number 16 Chevelle was always immediately recognized as Butch Lindley rides. Butch was a crowd favorite wherever he raced. Winner of many Late Model Sportsman feature races throughout the Southeast. Unfortunately, Butch was seriously injured in a racing incident in Florida and died many years later after lying in a coma. Butch has a son, Marty, who currently races very successfully in the Hooters Racing Series    $10.00

 

Late Model 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

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Dale Earnhardt, Jr. drove this Sun-Drop sponsored Late Model Stock car at Myrtle Beach, SC. Car was prepared Gary Hargett Racing, longtime racing associate of Dale Sr.. $10.00

Late Model 3-Dale Earnhardt, Jr.

         

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Dale, Jr. drove this Late Model Stock car in his early racing career at his self-proclaimed "home" tracks at Myrtle Beach, SC and Hickory, NC in the mid-90's. Little "E" met with little success as he spent too much time chasing the low-flying and fast moving chicks on the beach. $10.00

Late Model 38-Kelley Earnhardt

         

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Said to be the BEST driver of the Earnhardt kids, Kelley also raced at Myrtle Beach and Hickory during the mid-90's. She won a few races and usually would place better than both her brothers Kerry and Dale, Jr. Kelley is now part of the DEI racing organization. $10.00

Late Model 8-Kerry Earnhardt

         

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Kerry Earnhardt drove this Late Model Stock car along side his siblings Kelley and Dale, Jr. at Myrtle Beach, SC and Hickory, NC. The car was sponsored by Western Steer Steakhouse. $10.00

 "Skeeter" Tootle Estes

 

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Tootle Estes drove this James Bradberry prepared super modified during the mid-60's at the small bullrings throughout GA, SC and TN. The car is cut-down '32 Ford Sedan body powered by a small block Chevy engine. They were known in the South as "Winged Skeeters"  $10.00

Sportsman-Charlie Burkhalter

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Charlie Burkhalter drove this '34 Ford 5 window coupe to many feature wins at Athens Speedway in Athens, GA. Charlie went on to be one of the top drivers in the NE Georgia and South Carolina bullrings. $10.00

Dirt Modified-Tootle Estes

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This full bodied dirt Sportsman car is the forerunner to the cut-down Skeeter cars. Tootle Estes drove this car to many victories (won 29 races in a row) and the car was outlawed in Georgia. What made it so fast was holes drilled in the frame as well as the body. After a few wins, everyone who came to the track had cars that looked as though Bonnie & Clyde had driven them during a few bank robberies.    $10.00

Sportsman-Crawfish Crider

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Curtis 'Crawfish' Crider was a pioneer in the early NASCAR days. Crawfish was one of the hardest working and under-financed racers of his time. The original Dave Marcus. $10.00

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