Dick Hinterman, Inc. is a Michigan Domestic Profit Corporation filed on May 2, 1958. The company's filing status is listed as Automatic Dissolution and its File Number is 026695. The Registered Agent on file for this company is Richard M. Hinterman and is located at Founded: May 02, 1958. He had worked for Dick Hinterman Ford in Imlay City, the McDonald's Dairy in Flint, and recently retired from Thompson Oil in Pontiac in 2006. He had been a Deisel Engine Technician for 21 years. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Imlay City.
He and his mechanic Larry Deitrich approach the owner of Dick Hinterman Ford Of Imlay City Michigan to be there sponsor. A deal is struck and they settle on the 427 Ford Fairlane as the car of choice. The group approaches Ford Motor Companies Special Vehicles Operations. At one time he played on the Dick Hinterman Ford Hockey Teams. In his later years Wayne took up playing the harmonica. He played with a harmonica group for senior citizens groups and church groups. He is survived by his wife: Irene "Aggie" Sohlden of Mt. Morris; nine daughters: Kathy (Joe) Isparo of Rio Rancho, NM, Deborah (Bill) Hoffert of.
His uncle is Dick Hinterman of Hinterman Ford, the Michigan dealer that sponsored the Fairlane. The car was one of the first four 67 Fairlanes prepped by Holman Moody for the 67 Spring Nationals to run in the newly created Super Stock classes. This is documented in Ford's internal memo concerning their Drag Team support efforts for the up. He was a car salesman from 1970 to 1979 for Dick Hinterman Ford in Imlay City and for Hugh Gorey Ford in Imlay City. He was a Lumber and Hardware Sales Representative for Ron Baird Associates. In 1984, he began Tom Romine Associates in Imlay City. He was a member of the Dryden Veterans Club, Imlay City United Methodist Church, and he was a.
The table below contains the VIN of every regular Production Ford Talladega manufactured. Some of the entries are in a larger type and color; click on these if you are a Team Member and you can view the owner’s registration information and comments on the car. Dick was a member of the Attica F&AM. He was a goalie for Dick Hinterman Ford Hockey Team. He played in Port Huron and in Flint. Dick also belonged to the Flint River Valley Steelheader and the Fishing Tournament Assn. He enjoyed attending Michigan State Football games as often as he could. Dick is survived by his wife: Mary Alice Irish of Attica.