The Hubert Hensley-owned 22 in “Confederate” livery is sitting behind the 11.
This car was driven by Eddie Crouse, not sure about Ray Hendrick.
Photo by George Taylor III, from 3Widespicturevault.com.
Note enclosed engine.
I believe the house was in Richmond and belonged to Ray Hendrick.
Martinsville. Ray Hendrick leads Sonny Hutchins.
L-R – Ray Hendrick, Sunny Hutchins, Bobby Allison.
1964 – Trenton.
Hensley #22 is behind the #11.
This was an early “Flying 11”. Master engine builder Jack Tant is on the left.
Note Hubert Hensley’s #22 behind the #11.
For a couple of years in the mid-’60s, Ray Hendrick raced two number 11s, the famous Tant-Mitchell car and a car that he owned himself. This appears to be the latter car.
This was a very early version of the famous “Flying 11”, owned by Jack Tant, and Raymond Jenkins. James Tillery is the driver.
On this occasion in the late 1960s, Bobby Allison drove the Tant & Mitchell #11 at Trenton.