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    That is the Bearfoot roll from Anaheim 1987. Here is the link to the video:

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAE7AS6bd7w"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAE7AS6bd7w[/ame]

    If you watch the video, the gentleman in the blue flannel shirt at about 3:34 of the video can be seen in the picture just to the left of the front bumper.

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    This is from Steve Dane's collection. You can see the guy in the plaid shirt here and in the picture on Taft's site. This is Bearfoot here. Steve
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    Shows you how awesome Dennis Taft is at fact-checking. Right up there with the pic of Digger 12 on the Digger 7 page.
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    As far as the original Clydesdale, my imperfect memory remembers Bennet saying something about the frame being "totally annihilated" in an interview I think after the new pink and white truck came out. Maybe just a bad bounce/landing and not a rollover??
    Joe Wilson is right. So is Jan Brewer.

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    the truck had alot of hard nose dives but no roll overs.
    the truck was sold to scott stevens after the 1989 or 90 Astrodome show
    If it aint Old School, It aint Cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmtgmt View Post
    the truck had alot of hard nose dives but no roll overs.
    the truck was sold to scott stevens after the 1989 or 90 Astrodome show
    Why so late? Wasn't Clydesdale II already out before the '89 Astrodome shows?

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