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Like the title I'm interested who people would list.

West coast, East Coast, all the way back to the ARCA days, Comp or trail runners, drivers, spotters, builders XRRA, what ever who ever.

Not like this one
http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=601169&highlight=ARCA


of all time

In no order. I like

Shannon Cambell
Tracy Jordan
Chris Durham
Soni Honneger(SP)
Moose
Shupee
Anyone of the BtG crew
JR
White Bro witha fro
lanceandshaffer......the early years:flipoff2:


Hard to put just 10 on a list for me.I have an old BFE film that has some pretty entertaining people on it. Mike Weaver Sniper number 5 best one yet.:D and the guy with the orange Wrangler with 4 different tires, who says "man that went flat quick". Randy Ellis almost bumped Shane off my list but Shane came and rescued me from Mexico on a week night so he stays in my top 10.:massey: Jason Bunch back when he drove the yellow flatty was pretty cool to watch down in truck haven as well.

Who would you pick?
 

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The GREATEST WHEELER of all time!?!?!?!?


CAPTAIN AMERICA! (aka Tom LeBlanc)

I dunno why...just because I guess!

Bunch, Durham, Paule, Cappa, Shupe, Roggy (on the con), Robbins (for technical wheeling), Wells (the best with the least), Bonney (he's just plain the shiznit), Hildebrand (smart as a designer and driver).


Yeah, that's 11 people...you know exactly who I'm joking about...don't go slow around him or he'll write a nasty article about you! :blacklaughing: I just thought I'd throw that in there for laughs to remind people who he REALLY is.

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The GREATEST WHEELER of all time!?!?!?!?


CAPTAIN AMERICA! (aka Tom LeBlanc)

I dunno why...just because I guess!

Bunch, Durham, Paulie, Cappa, Shupe, Roggy (on the con), Robbins (for technical wheeling), Wells (the best with the least), Bonney (he's just plain the shiznit), Hildebrand (smart as a designer and driver).


Yeah, that's 11 people...you know exactly who I'm joking about...don't go slow around him or he'll write a nasty article about you! :blacklaughing: I just thought I'd throw that in there for laughs to remind people who he REALLY is.

:dustin:


:D Fawkin classic!


Pretty hard to do 10 huh?
 

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People I like to watch In no particular order:

Durham (For the skinny)

Websters (For the technical and rediculously simple things you would never think about)

Campbell (Always bling and consistent)

Paulie (Who said front engine couldnt be competitive)

Torbett (Fun to watch cause hes so calm, like hes asleep)

Zeller

Jordan

Dermo

Haines

Still thinking of the tenth
 

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Old School does it for me.
* Chris Durham with Kevin (Moose) Nalley (better together!)
* Craig Stumph
* Jason Paule
* Ken Shupe
* Mike Palmer
* Randy Ellis
* Shannon Campbell
* Tracy Jordan

The local guys that go back forever:
* Kevin Yoder
* Tim Hardy

Honorable mention to: Granville King (a.k.a Desert Fox and Superdawg)
 

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In no particular order.

Shannon

John Currie before the Fire Ant

Durham in the days of Moose

Schafer/Lance

Cody Waggoner

Walker

Robbins

Tiny in the early days

Dustin in the early days at Menifee

JR anywhere anytime and I particularly enjoyed the show on the final day in JV in the Big Bronco trying to give the crowd a volkswagen sized boulder to take home with them.
 

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this thread is :rainbow:... wheelin' isn't a spectator sport.

Chit Chat.

I considered that but It would get lost in show your butt threads and can I build a uzi tech. :flipoff2:


Granville King and super dawg. The OG of hard core wheeling.:smokin:
 

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What about Brian E? Fawk? How consistent do you have to be to be in this poll? Also Dean B? Zuk motor and a 5 speed? Where is the love?

Also Torbett was a freaking driver. That guy was on it.

In the Unlimiteds: Paule, Jordan and Campbell are the masters.......
 

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I considered that but It would get lost in show your butt threads and can I build a uzi tech. :flipoff2:


Granville King and super dawg. The OG of hard core wheeling.:smokin:
dude, the butt thread is a classic... you have no chance of reaching such status with this thread.:grinpimp:
 

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What about Brian E? Fawk? How consistent do you have to be to be in this poll? Also Dean B? Zuk motor and a 5 speed? Where is the love?

Also Torbett was a freaking driver. That guy was on it.

In the Unlimiteds: Paule, Jordan and Campbell are the masters.......

10 is hard to pick. I came up with 6o something.:D

What about the guy who built that chain driven contraption that looked like it would take off your leg.:D


If I had to pick one it would be Durham with Moose.
 

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RJ Brown and spotter (brother) Joe. Those guys are awsome. RJ skinnys like Duram but for lots longer periods of time. RJ's blatant disregard for Joes tireles work on the rig at the shop:laughing:
 
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