Chuck Hebing’s Car To Be Displayed in ASCS Patriot Booth at National Parts Peddler Trade Show and Au


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Rich Vleck, TULSA, Okla. (November 14, 2007)- For the second consecutive year, Chuck Hebing claimed the ASCS Patriot Title. And for the second year in a row, he will get to display his No. 45 at the popular National Parts Peddler Trade Show and Auction.

The snake-skinned No. 45 Maxim was the car that ended up in ASCS Patriots Victory Lane on 12 occasions, so it should seem only fitting that he is the fixture of the series’ booth this Friday through Sunday.

This is the third year in a row where the ASCS Patriots have had a display booth at Corky Stockham’s National Parts Peddler Trade Show and Auction, now set for its 28th consecutive year, will be held in the Verizon Center of Progress Building at the New York State Faigrounds in Syracuse, NY. Over the years, this event has become a festival of racing, celebrating a racing season that has recently ended.

The National Parts Peddler Newspaper has been supporting the ASCS Patriots since its inception in 2003. Along with Patriot regular Dave Wickham piloting the popular No. 80 with National Parts Peddler signage atop his wing, NPP also stepped up with a cash prize for the winner of each of the 58 heat races held in 2007.

This event will also set up a countdown to the fifth annual ASCS Patriot Awards Banquet, to be held on December 1 at the all-new Holliday Inn in Henrietta, NY.

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