|Vehicle Type||Sprint Car|
|Built By||Dan Thomas / Hank Henry|
|Suspension||Spring Front, Cross Bar Torsion Rear|
|Engine||Chevrolet V-8, Fuel Injected, Methanol Fuel (Occasional 10% to 20% use of Nitro Methane) maximum 305 cu inch USAC (United States Auto Club) and unlimited cubic inch CRA (California Racing Association)|
|Owner||Woodland Family Collection|
In 1964, Hank Henry built the #93 sprint car. In 1966, Richard (Dick) Woodland) purchased the #93 from Tipton Oldsmobile of San Diego, California, upon returning home from the service. He drove it beginning in late 1966, in the CRA and CAR (California Automobile Racing) racing circuits. Later, Richard determined that it would be wise to leave the driving to others and to become a car owner. That enabled him to concentrate on his growing family and bushiness. Once that decision was made, the car was driven by Jim Eiland, Frank Secrist and Ken Van Blargen in CRA, NARC (Northern California Automobile Racing Club) and in Open Competition racing events. The car was subsequently sold and later destroyed in a crash in northern California. In 2000, this Don Thomas/Hank Henry twin car was located and purchased. It was restored to the 1966 Hank Henry specifications of the #93 Dick Woodland Sprint Car. This restoration was performed by former two time CRA Champion, and member of the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame, Billy Wilkerson.