FEATURE PROFILE: COLEMAN BROWN

Harrison, Ark.

Photo Credit: Paula Bellinghausen
Name: Coleman Brown
Hometown: Harrison, Arkansas
Truck: Chain Reaction (1986 Chevy ¾ ton)
Class: 6200lb Hot Stock
Organization: SMTTPA(Southern Missouri Truck and Tractor Pulling Association)
How It Started: Coleman’s dd’s has been pulling since 84 and Coleman grew up around it and wanted to get involved in it.
Pulling Highlights: Tied for 5th in points my rookie season out of 10 tough trucks
Engine size, type and builder: 468 cubic inch Big Block Chevy built by B&S Racing Engines
Favorite pull: Thayer, Mo.
List 2 pulling experiences you will never forget: First hook at Thayer,that was the pass that hooked Coleman on pulling, went 280 feet and got second place with it.  Second pass at Marshfield, their hitch was too far back and Coleman went for a ride similar to a bucking bronco. Finished last but the crowd loved it so that made it worthwhile
Paint: Miscellanous colors
Occupation: Parts Specialist at Oreilly Auto Parts
Sponsors: Premier Auto Machine Shop,Brown’s Auto Repair, C &E Excavating, HD Graphics, Earnest Paint & Body
Special Thanks to: Coleman would like to thank his Dad, who is the crew chief, Brian Bellinghausen, Henry and Dana Hudson, Doug Tibbets, Josh Wray and Kevin Howell for being our travel buddies and helping out where needed. Rob Verch and the rest of the SMTTPA crew for giving them a great association to run with. Without them Coleman wouldn’t be where he is at today!