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Gary Mitchell

08-28-2020 08:27:03




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Remember this guy Blaine? He turned up at Dad's 90'th birthday party last year along with Raymond Jackson.




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1206SWMO

08-28-2020 10:23:38




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 Re: Hey Blaine in reply to Gary Mitchell, 08-28-2020 08:27:03  
It looks like a young Jimmy Kircher whom I haven't seen in over 40 years..As for the names on the 1100 MF weight rack all I can remember are the ones on the right side..Lyle took all the pictures...I was so busy getting teched,working on a shifting problem,getting entered,pulling, etc that I didnt get the MF 1100 looked over..I wonder if it was Bill Cooks old puller?

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Gary Mitchell

08-28-2020 13:22:23




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 Re: Hey Blaine in reply to 1206SWMO, 08-28-2020 10:23:38  
I had just wondered if they listed pop on it. Where do they pull at Hville?



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1206SWMO

08-28-2020 19:41:42




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 Re: Hey Blaine in reply to Gary Mitchell, 08-28-2020 13:22:23  
The names on the right side of the 1100 MF weight rack are Paulie Grinter,Jimmy Kircher,Russell Kircher,Raymond Jackson,and Jim Powell...On the front it says "In memory of the Heartbreaker Sled"....I dont know whose mentioned on the left side of the rack....I wished that I had time to look it over..

They pulled at "The Little Dixie Mud Run" about 1.5 miles north of Neco Seeds...I'm betting that we will be back next year.

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Gary Mitchell

08-29-2020 06:45:55




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 Re: Hey Blaine in reply to 1206SWMO, 08-28-2020 19:41:42  
NECO is Bill Cook's baby so it may well have been his old 1100. Pop was one of the 5 guys that chipped in and built the "Heart Breaker." gm



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1206SWMO

08-31-2020 07:21:51




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 Re: Hey Blaine in reply to Gary Mitchell, 08-29-2020 06:45:55  
I talked with Lyle yesterday and he thinks that your Dads name was on the left side??? You will have to talk to Raymond or Jimmy to find out more....Was Paulie Grinter one of the 5 in on the sled?I dont have any pictures of Bills old 1100 MF from years ago....Wasnt it called The Track Packer?



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Gary Mitchell

08-31-2020 09:43:48




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 Re: Hey Blaine in reply to 1206SWMO, 08-31-2020 07:21:51  
Grinter was one of the 5. The weight brackets look similar on the 1100's.



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1206SWMO

09-01-2020 07:29:37




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 Re: Hey Blaine in reply to Gary Mitchell, 08-31-2020 09:43:48  
Thanks for the pic of Bills 1100 MF..Where was this pull at?If you have more pics from the 1960's-70's we'd sure love to see them.....Below is the only pic I have ever seen of PD Kircher..That goes back nearly 50 years..



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Gary Mitchell

09-02-2020 06:55:17




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 Re: Hey Blaine in reply to 1206SWMO, 09-01-2020 07:29:37  
Here's one of Ray awarding Jim Dameron a "Heart Breaker" plaque for best puller in his class, (15,000), in about 73 or 74. It appears to be Fred Phillips who managed to photo-bomb them. gm



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1206SWMO

09-03-2020 09:31:31




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 Re: Hey Blaine in reply to Gary Mitchell, 09-02-2020 06:55:17  
Gary,keep the old pictures coming..I put this one on 1980's MO truck and tractor pulling Facebook page giving you credit for it...Jim Powells nephew commented on it.



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