Brian Frederick snapped this never published color image of Flynn's fully-evolved Dodge in the fall of 1964. Wearing the Yankee Peddler name for the first time, the wheelbase was (surprisingly) not modified. Aside from a 35-pound weight reduction, the extra 6 inches of ride height lifted the center of gravity so more mass transferred rearward on hard acceleration. A Western Union telegram from Chrysler's Frank Wylie to NHRA technical director Jack C.J. "Pappy" Hart, dated October 6, 1964, reads: "For your information, Bill Flynn's 'Yankee Peddler' will bow in FX this weekend in New England with straight front axle assembly part number 22352 as filed with Wally Parks at NHRA headquarters on August 6 1964 /presume you know Hemi Darts of Billy Jacobs in Alabama and Esserman Dart 'Rampage' in Chicago similarly equipped. Landy will follow soon." The Hemi Darts referred to are Billy Jacobs' "Kid Goat" and Jack Sharkey's "Rampage," a pair of 1964 Dart sedans that were part of a similar A100 axle/Race Hemi upgrade program at the same time.