Gene’s Speed Shop was a fixture in Worcester, Massachusetts, for several decades. In 1967, proprietor Gene O’Neill bought this ’65 WO21 Dodge Super Stock from Bob Ramstrom (who campaigned it as the Bloodhound) and renamed it the Flintstone Charger for NHRA SS/B action. Preparation was handled by a who’s who of New England drag race history. The 426 Race Hemi was blueprinted by the late Gus Zuidema (legendary in 427 Cobra circles for his involvement with the Harr Ford Dragon Snake Cobra), while the headers were fabbed by Lindblad Chassis—who built tube frames for many of Jungle Jim Liberman’s Funny Cars. The Flintstone Charger is currently owned by Gene’s nephew, Steve O’Neill, its Hemi prepped by Dave Mann.