800 Derita Road, Ste. A
It's a true dream to be able to live out NASCAR fantasies and even own just a small piece of this storied racing legacy. That's why you need to pay attention to the details on this 2001 Dodge Intrepid Winston Cup Car first ordered by Petty Enterprises.
Yes, this car was ordered by Petty Enterprises, and yes, we even have the order form. This car was originally born to wear the internationally famous #43. Today it wears the livery from its use at Price Racing. And for those who look at race cars, this should get you excited. After all, this is such a complete and true NASCAR Winston Cup Series car. It has the aerodynamics packages, sponsorship decals, and the correct body from the few years the Dodge Intrepid was on the track. It still shows signs from its days at the raceway, which is exactly what you want. After all, those who want something pristine should buy a replica... this is the real deal!
Another reason people will never mistake this for a replica is because it's still race-ready inside. It has a NASCAR-spec roll cage, large AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges, and a nearly indestructible shifter. Even if you never leave your garage, nothing will compare to the professional-grade experience this provides. You settle into the custom made race seat by The Joie of Seating, strap down the full Simpson harnesses, and snap the quick release steering wheel in place. Flip a few switches, and the thunder begins to roll!
This one was built with a truly great racing linage beyond its connection with Petty. The motor is a R5P7 block built by the masters at Yates Racing. It's full spec cup motor that includes Mopar heads and intake. The full package is rated at an outlaw-level 770 horsepower. And while that's all impressive, it really only takes the chest-thumping growl from the free-flowing headers to blow away everyone. As a true race machine, you have the best in supporting components. This includes a Gary Trout Racing four-speed transmission, Penske shocks, and fully adjustable coilovers in each corner. Plus, there are Brembo disc brakes behind each of the Aero racing wheels with Goodyear Eagle racing slicks.
This was born to a Petty #43 car, and when the word gets out, you might never see memorabilia this legendary and still so track-ready offered so affordably ever again. Call now!
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