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Dick Hutcherson

NASCAR racer competed in the 1960s and exposed a renowned chassis-building store in Charlotte. He received the International Engine Competition Association (IMCA) circuit championships in 1963 and ’64. After retiring from traveling, he became a team main for David Pearson in his tournament months, and he also created a competition car building business with Eddie Pagan. He was created in Keokuk, Iowa, known as the ‘house from the champions’ – its additional famous racers consist of Don White colored and Ramo Scott. His personalized race cars had been used by tournament drivers just like a.J. Foyt and Darrell Waltrip.

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