Charlie Morris, 422 Motorsports Team Publicist email CM0427@aol.com (use a zero, not the letter o)
Charlie keeps me entertained by telling me stories of "fast" Fred Henderson and his Thunderbolt named Shazam. Check out his role as publicist for 422 Motorsports on their website by using the link at the bottom of the page. Click on Crew Member profiles.
RACE CAR ART by JOEL NAPRSTEK email RaceCarArt@aol.com
Check out Joel's website by using the link at the bottom of the page. Truly an artist who loves race cars.
DRAG RACING MEMORIES (804) 328-0680 email - DragMemor@aol.com
Bob and Dottie Plumer have a HUGE collection of photos dealing with drag cars. YOU HAVE TO call them and order your catalog today!
BEE ON VIDEO email - BeeOV@aol.com
Jim's videos chronicle the racing of 422 Motorsports as well as many Ford events. Check out the 422 page by using the link at the bottom of the page.
JOHN DURAND PHOTOGRAPHY email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Moments of racing frozen in time..... Superb images of drag racing's past.
PLEASE MENTION MY NAME IF YOU BUY ANYTHING FROM THESE GUYS!!
Now for some guys who don't sell stuff but who deserve mention:
Dennis Kolodziej, Michigan. Dennis owns two Thunderbolts and has forgotten more about T-Bolts than I will ever know. He actively races his "Strip Teaser"car, running 10s. He's helped me out with my research and keeps my interest up by sending me emails with answers to questions I have.
Larry Davis, Alabama. Larry has one Thunderbolt, and used to own another. The two cars had consecutive serial numbers, and one car was sold to pay for life saving health care. Larry also knows a lot about the cars, and has helped me in my research.
Frank "Diz" Dominick, Pennsylvania. The first Thunderbolt I was allowed to drool on belonged to a very nice man they called Diz. He showed me his impressive Ford collection one day, and even took me for a ride in an original R code Fairlane. (That's me in his Delta Ford Thunderbolt on the main page) Frank was a neat guy, knew how to work and play hard. I only met him once, and learned of his passing about a year after my visit. He and his enthusiasm for Ford Muscle won't be forgotten as long as I'm around.
More are coming, so if you're not here don't get mad yet.
Assorted TBolt Images
Old Photos AND PHOTOS NEEDED
The History of Individual Cars