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General Discussion about Racing History Vintage auto racing has a very special place in most race fans heart and mind. The cars, the drivers, the spills and thrills. Please share your auto racing memories. Feel free to start threads/topics in this forum that are non-specific to drivers, cars, or tracks.

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Old 04-29-2014, 04:08 PM   #1
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Default Looking for a picture

I am trying to find some pictures of my uncle, Bill McHone & my Dad, Butch Scott. Specifically, I want to find a picture that has a sponsor logo on the car for Mac's Lettering (my grandfathers's retirement business). They raced at Big Country (different name back then), Englewood & Lakeside.

Any tips on how to search for this? I want to copy the logo on my Legend car this year.


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Old 04-30-2014, 08:36 AM   #2
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Default Re: Looking for a picture

What year? what kind of car? most of us on here have a decent library of reference material, just give us a starting point.
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Old 05-01-2014, 11:42 AM   #3
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Hey Scotty-- Your Uncle Bill McHone and his talented wrench 'Big Jimmy' Wright purchased this #63 John Hockmiiller 'Lakeside Speedway' Camero and put it on the track in Cheyenne as their hard-charging wicked-fast #42 Camero. ~VB

Posted in ARM by Jerry Lee as: "(CARC Archives) John Hochmillerís #63 and more cool Compacts in the pits. If you look closely to the right of the picture, the old Lakeside Shopping Center sign once located at the South/East entrance to the complex can be seen in the background."

Your Uncle Bill was one of my Groomsmen when my wife and I got married in Cheyenne back in the summer of 1970. I doubt if anyone wound want to see those pictures? ~VB
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