In Terry's second garage is his greatest find ever...a Pat Doherty sprint car from Battle Creek. , TW_GP3_0003.htm, Volume1
  Pat Doherty passed away in 2000 at the age of 62. Lori Doherty graciously sold the car to Terry Woodin. Terry's plans are to restore it in memory of Pat and run the #5 on it. It has a bolt on cage and will be restored cageless. , TW_GP3_0006.htm, Volume1
  Pat Doherty raced modifieds at Butler until the late 1970's, then built this sprinter...20 years ago. , TW_GP3_0004.htm, Volume1
  Sadly, this car never raced. Pat never totally got it completed to his satisfaction. , TW_GP3_0005.htm, Volume1
  Terry in red jacket and Jim, Terry's son, in black jacket, James, Terry's 13 years old grandson, is behind the wheel. Fort Wayne, 6/3/2001. , TW_GP4_0003.htm, Volume1
  Terry's father, Norm "Woody" Woodin built this car. Jack Decker is behind the wheel here for a Galesburg win, 1953. , TW_GP4_0004.htm, Volume1
  Terry's grandson James is pretty proud of his mini sprint and wants to drive a supermodified some day. 4/25/2001. , TW_GP4_0002.htm, Volume1
  Terry's son, Jim Woodin, at Toledo in their Iceman Monte Carlo. Jim and Terry totally designed and built the chassis. 1997. , TW_GP4_0001.htm, Volume1