Tuskegee Airmen Race Car

$140 of $20,000 goal

Raised by 3 people in 32 months
Michael Joseph's Return of The Red Tails The Tuskegee Airmen’s "Faithful Pursuit", is the first car specially developed to honor the Tuskegee Airmen.  The design was approved by the Tuskegee Airman Chapter President Lt. Col. Clayton F. Lawrence in 2003 and dedicated to the Tuskegee Airmen on 24 April 2004 by Major General  Mike Hall, USAF, retired; Executive Director of the Wings of Eagles Discovery Center, Elmira/Corning Regional Airport.

We continue to fulfill a humble role of racing our car, carrying the name Tuskegee Airmen to new victories in peaceful competition. Our newest vehicle, a 2015 ROUSH RS Mustang  will carry the banner further in 2019. It still requires $20,000 in upgrades t fulfill my vision of a silver P-51 Red Tail in automotive form.

Since we started in 2004 over 10 otherTuskegee Airmen cars and concepts have sprung up across the country. We started a movement. We made lasting friendships and the cross country trips have brought our family closer. Your contribution will help create an awesome vehicle that will help share this American legacy with our young as we honor our Tuskegee Airmen! Thank you for your help!

God Speed,

Michael A. Joseph, II
Return of the Red Tails (RRT)
Red Tails Racing
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Return of the Red Tails is hosting another gathering! November 3 at Corning Community College 132 Denison Parkway, 3-6pm
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We need to raise $5,000 for cylinder heads and a transmission. These things were damaged during our last speed record attempt.
We need an upgrade to aluminum.
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$140 of $20,000 goal

Raised by 3 people in 32 months
Created December 10, 2016
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Virgil Young
9 months ago

My dad, Major Virgil J. Young Sr. was a Tuskegee Airman

Bernie Daily
20 months ago

Good Luck, I remember your car from the 2005 Buick Nationals in Batavia. Glad you could bring it back then.

Mr Earl
20 months ago

A small pittance but hope it helps

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