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To name a few of the cars included in the “MOON Collection” was a record setting ‘mini streamliner’ powered by a 90 CI Harley Davidson motorcycle engine, an outstanding 32 Ford coupe and a ultra-sleek sports car.
In 1964 Bill won the Winternationals again but this time driving Jack Chrisman’s four speed A/FX Mercury Comet. While he continued driving the factory ‘hot rods’, in 1965 Bill met George Hurst, (inventor of the HURST SHIFTER), and they quickly became good friends.At this same time, they joined one of the premier car clubs of the area, the Throttle Merchants Car Club, of which they are still members some sixty plus years later.In 1957, with the help of Frank Huszar and Arnie Roberts, Jeep started building his first ‘real’ race car while the pair continued to race the ’34 sedan.Bill started his racing career in 1960 at Dragway 42 located in West Salem, Ohio.Shortly after that he moved to California to drive cars for Mickey Thompson, the first being one of the six factory-built 421 Pontiac Tempest Le Mans Coupes.To nominate a person for the International Drag Racing Hall of Fame, please send a biography of the person and “why you think they should be selected for the International Drag Racing Hall of Fame” to the selectors.
Bill Shrewsberry may be best remembered as “Wild Bill”, driver of the L. Dart wheel standing Dodge Dart, but before stepping into that seat, he drove a series of Funny Cars for Mickey Thompson, Jack Chrisman and other such distinguished owners.George’s plan was to get the HURST name in front of the racing world with the Barracuda and with Bill as its driver.Bill accepted the driving assignment and the car was debuted for the very first time at the 1965 NHRA Springnationals in Bristol TN.Still today, one of his most well-known and popular products is the MOON Wheel Disc, designed to not only add a sleek look to any car, it also added an aerodynamic effect helping to reduce air drag and adding top end speed.In 1963, what is now known as the Specialty Equipment Marketing Association (SEMA) was formed and was originally called the Speed Equipment Manufacturing Association.In addition to all of these activities, Dean was also a very accomplished photographer, lending his talent for this to various publications and associations over the years.