A year after the pair abandoned their respective 1964 straight axle Dodges, Brian Frederick snapped Flynn and Landy aboard their fresh 1965's. Both demonstrate the effects of the factory's 10 inch/15 inch, front/rear altered wheelbase recipe. The moment the light turns green, weight distribution goes from 55/45 (static) to 0/100 (dynamic) as the slicks dig into the strip and utilize every bit of the alky/nitro-injected Hemi's 650-plus horsepower to propel the car forward. Ironically, both of the cars shown here still exist and have been correctly restored. Note the lack of front brakes, though delivered to racers with 10 inch front (and rear) drum brakes, the extra weight was deemed unnecessary so most racers relied (successfully) on rear drums and parachutes after the finish line. Flynn's tasty gold and red paint was applied in Detroit by the Alexander Brothers shop.