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    I was thinking Lee as well Wayne but couldn't say for sure with the glasses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Oil Racing Team View Post
    I recognize the older guy, but I don't know his name. It's hard to tell from the angle, but the younger guy might be Lee Sutter.
    I thought the same Wayne. I m very certain its Lee just look at the pants. Kind of his style.

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    Right you are John. The pants are a big part of the clue. Do you know who the older guy is John. He was always around the major races, but I can't come up with a name.



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    The names that have come to the forefront are Dick Austin and his dad , I sent them a message to confirm.
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    That's funny. When I first saw the name Leet Sutter, I thought the striped pants did seem like his style. I liked the pic of the crankshaft assembly- didn't know that 6s had small petal reeds like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydroplay View Post
    That's funny. When I first saw the name Leet Sutter, I thought the striped pants did seem like his style. I liked the pic of the crankshaft assembly- didn't know that 6s had small petal reeds like that.
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    I had that thought as well, but thinking that it was Austin, he would have tried them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by racingfan1 View Post
    The names that have come to the forefront are Dick Austin and his dad , I sent them a message to confirm.
    You got it right. That's my dad, Owen, and I. Trying to remember where, must have been Alex La. The only time I tore that engine down at a race site. It locked up the top main bearing. I just don't remember working on a cylinder that day.
    Lee and I must have had the same good taste in pants. My favorite, tan with purple stipe's and bell bottoms. Remember it was the seventies.

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    Anybody recognize these two gentleman ,
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    The guy on the left is Ray Hardy from Des Plaines Il. Not sure of the other guy. Almost looks like a race on the Chicago lakefront basin. It had really steep banks that were very treacherous to get down to water level.

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    Dan M, the second guy is a young John Winzeler with Ray Hardy at the Turning Basin in Chicago.
    Big Money race, real bad pits. This was an Outboard Club of Chicago race, August 23, 1970, I won $91.42 for a 1st and a 5th.
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