For 1964, Flynn switched allegiance to Dodge with this 440 series Stage III lightweight hardtop—also an automatic car despite the arrival of the optional 833 four-speed transmission. Seen here in its initial form, custom touches are limited to sponsor logos and unusual chrome steel front rims. Note that the five spoke sections between the oval slots are punched with small circular holes. Flynn occasionally ran similar rims on the rear axle, though plain 15x6 steel taxi/police fleet hoops are seen here. Sponsorship came from Charles Sanford's County Dodge of New Haven, Connecticut. By October of 1964, radical modifications would include a cross-rammed Race Hemi, and an A100 van front axle (PN 22352) supplied by Product Planning honcho, Frank Wylie.