Usually, NASCAR stock cars are raced to death and scraped for parts or cut up for souvenir sales. But every once in a while a lucky survivor like this 2007 JR Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo manages to roll out the doors still wearing its full asphalt warrior regalia. Raced one time on June 30th of 2007 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, JR Motorsports car number 10 was one of Dales first stock cars to wear his now famous number 88. Recently, this awesome Monte Carlo was acquired by a private owner, serviced, and ran for three laps at Carolina Motorsports Park with the American Vintage Racing Association (AVRA). Today, it presents one diehard NASCAR fan with an extremely rare opportunity to own a complete Nationwide Series race car which comes with a membership in the AVRA, real track time and full track support. Under this Monte Carlos track-ready sheetmetal and graphics package, youll find a Dale Earnhardt Inc. built 358 cubic inch SB2 V8 that produces roughly 725 race winning horsepower. Naturally, a top notch short track and road course motor needs an excellent foundation to deliver its full race winning potential, and the Ronnie Hopkins chassis (the tenth built for JR Motorsports and the first raced by the team) under this Monte Carlos sheetmetal is first-rate in every way. In the middle of the well-built chassis, a Jerico 4-speed road course transmission sends power to a nine inch Hendrick Motorsports rear end which features 4.00 racing gears. Youve undoubtedly looked at the pictures of this Chevys sparse and well used interior which should put to rest any final creeping thoughts that this isnt a true race car. This race ready 2007 Monte Carlo presents the perfect opportunity for a diehard collector to own a lightly used, NASCAR spec car which features a professional build by one of the biggest names in the sport.
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