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Duke Coulters
General information
Gender

male

Occupation
  • businessperson
  • professional racing driver
Place of residence

United States

Aliases

Duke

Vehicle information
Model

1938 Dirt Track Racer

Class

race car

Registration number

M37 43N

Paint colour

red, white

Eye colour

brown

Racing career
Racing competitions

Piston Cup Racing Series

Sponsors

Duke Coulters' Hoodache Powder

Competition number

70

Series information
First appearance

Cars 3

Duke Coulters, also known simply as Duke, is a race car. He is a professional race driver who, in the 1950s, competed in the Piston Cup Racing Series with the number 70, where he is sponsored by Duke Coulters' Hoodache Powder, a trademark of pure acetylsalicylic and high octane petrol.

History

Duke Coulters during the Piston Cup race at the Thomasville Speedway in 1950s.

Duke Coulters is a race car that lived in the United States. He is a professional race driver who, in the 1950s, competed in the Piston Cup Racing Series with the number 70, where he was sponsored by Duke Coulters' Hoodache Powder, a trademark of pure acetylsalicylic and high octane petrol. In the 1950s, he competed in the Piston Cup Racing Series with the number 70 where he raced under sponsorship of his company. He competed in the race at the Thomasville Speedway, during which the Hudson Hornet had jumped over Leroy Heming.

Physical description

Duke Coulters is a 1938 Dirt Track Racer. His registration number is M37 43N. His eyes are brown. He is painted red with white sides. He has the red number 70 on his doors and same number painted red in white circle on his roof and back. On his hood he has writing reading "Call NPA 770 for investment opportunities" and "Duke Coulters' Hoodache Powder made from pure acetylsalicylic and high octane gas!" over his back wheels.


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