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Ken R. Noffsinger
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About This Site

The Aero Warriors site primarily concerns itself with two of the most unusual automobiles ever produced and sold by United States auto makers, the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona and the 1970 Plymouth Road Runner SuperBird. This site was created to bring information about the cars to the Web through presentation of existing information as well as original research. The Aero Warriors site first appeared on the World Wide Web as the Winged Warriors Web Page on June 12, 1996, moving to the domain in the Fall of 1996.

During the Summer of 1997, the domain also became host to the official site of the Winged Warriors/National B-Body Owners Association (WW/NBOA), one of two national clubs concerned with the preservation of the cars. The WW/NBOA moved to its own domain in February, 2001. The Aero Warriors site moved to its present domain,, in March, 2001.

Future plans call for the continual updating and expansion of the Aero Warriors site, although at a significantly slower pace than in its first few years of existence.

The domain logs thousands of "hits" a month from all over the world on its hundreds of pages, images and videos. The more than 500 MB of files constituting reside on servers located near Dayton, Ohio, USA.

UPDATE - December, 2019: The website debuted in mid-1996. At that time, it was very likely the first site on the World Wide Web with any significant content about the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona and 1970 Plymouth SuperBird. In addition, for many years thereafter, AeroWarriors probably presented the most comprehensive package of information on the cars available via the World Wide Web.

In the past decade or so, the site's creator has concentrated on other projects, spending far less time maintaining/updating existing information, or creating completely new content. At the same time, the number of people gaining access to the Internet and the platforms available for them to deliver content (forums, blogs, YouTube, Facebook, etc.), spurred exponential growth of the Web. And this explosive growth has included an incredible amount of information about the aero cars. As a result of these two factors,'s relevance and utility have been diminished.

Considered within the context of what is currently available on the Web, much of the content on the site is now incomplete or outdated. That being said, (and its companion site - The Bill Wright Document Archive) still provide some very useful information, most notable of which is more than 2,100 pages of Chrysler documents from the aero car era.