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  • Motschenbacher

    Anybody remember this guys first name...I'm thinking Luther...

  • #2
    I thought is was Lothar

    [ February 11, 2002: Message edited by: j.d.c ]

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    • #3
      Originally posted by j.d.c:
      <STRONG>I thought is was Lothar

      [ February 11, 2002: Message edited by: j.d.c ]</STRONG>
      of the Hill People.
      RIP Sammich

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      • #4
        And it is pronounced LOW-THAR. He was the top privateer in the old CanAm for many years. It is a real shame that he never got hooked up with a factory sportscar team. he was really good, smooth and professional. He was the lead guy on James Gardner's AIR Lola T-70 MK.IIIB team and put in some really strong performances including second at the Rolex in 1969. He is also supposed to be a regular guy.
        I'm dead now.

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        • #5
          Thanx guys...Lothar it was...whatever happened to him?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by rahalnut:
            <STRONG>

            of the Hill People. </STRONG>
            It was Lothar and the Hand People.

            Not remembering speaks volumes on the era.
            Houston, the weasel has landed.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Weasel Boy:
              <STRONG>

              It was Lothar and the Hand People.

              Not remembering speaks volumes on the era.</STRONG>
              I'm talking about a saturday night Live sketch.
              RIP Sammich

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              • #8
                That name brings up some memories.
                http://uk.geocities.com/usrrc2000/71mosport/71mos11.htm

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                • #9
                  Don't know what happened to HIM, Howard, but his wife markets some videos of the old Can-Am series, she advertises in the back of Vintage Motorsport magazine. Haven't bought any yet, but they're on my "must see" list.
                  "It was actually fun, because you're back fully driving again in these trucks. Ninety percent of the tracks we go to in the IRL, you're flat-out. I was having to lift off the corners some here." - Buddy Rice

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                  • #10
                    Unfortunately for both him and Jim Hall, he was the hitee in the incident at Las Vegas, recorded so dramatically by Charlie Fox's photograph, that ended Jim Hall's driving career.
                    Peter Olivola ([email protected])
                    "Too dumb for opera
                    too smart for NASCAR"

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