1968 Challenger 2 Streamliner

  • Holds the fastest-ever certified speed-record run for a piston-driven vehicle
  • Designed by Hall of Fame driver Mickey Thompson in collaboration with Kar Kraft in 1968
  • Driven by Danny Thompson to a new SCTA AA/FS record of 448.757 mph on August 12, 2018, at the Bonneville Salt Flats
  • Chassis built by famed Indy Car constructor Quin Epperly with MT Advanced Engineering team and overseen by drag racer Pat Foster
  • Restored, retrofitted and updated over seven years by Danny Thompson in Read More

1966 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa Yenko Stinger

  • Yenko Stinger YS043
  • One of 100 produced
  • Previously owned and raced by Jim Schardt of Ohio
  • Campaigned on the SCCA circuit in the 1970s
  • One of the most successful Yenko Stinger race cars
  • Later sold to actor Tim Allen, who kept the car for more than 15 years
  • Engine and transmission recently rebuilt by Yenko Stinger mechanic Warren Dernoshek
  • Roll cage with inspection stickers
  • Documentation from when it was raced, and vintage photos included

1964 Ford Galaxie 500 Lightweight

  • One of 50 Galaxie Lightweights built in 1964; one of the first built
  • One of 25 built with an automatic transmission (from the factory with an HX tranny used in Thunderbolts)
  • Class winner at the 1966 NASCAR Winternationals at Daytona
  • Concours restoration completed in November 2017
  • Correct 427/425-hp V8 engine and carburetors
  • Correct dual-range HX automatic transmission and RCI bellhousing
  • Formerly part of the Rick Kirk Ford Lightweight Collection
  • Raced by Cobble and Bolland out of Pennsylvania, later raced Read More

1973 Ford Mustang Trans Am

  • Highly modified 351-ci V8 built by Jack Roush
  • Close-ratio 4-speed with Hurst shifter
  • 4.11 locked rear end
  • Originally sold unfinished to Ed Hinchliff, who assembled the car to Kar-Kraft blueprints with the help of former Kar-Kraft chassis engineers Lee Dykstra and Mitch Marchi
  • Campaigned in period; accompanied by SCCA logbooks

1977 Chevrolet Nova NASCAR racer

  • Driven by seven-time NASCAR champion Dale Earnhardt Sr.
  • First year for the black-and-silver Goodwrench paint scheme
  • Multiple race winner during the 1980s, including at Richmond, Darlington and Rockingham
  • Earnhardt drove this car to victory in the first Busch Series race at Daytona in 1986
  • Driven at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2005, 2006 and 2009

1965 Shelby Cobra 427 R

  • Listed in the SAAC’s Cobra World Registry
  • One of two “R”-specification CSX4000-series cars
  • Carbon-fiber bodywork; professionally built
  • by HRE Motorcars
  • Aluminum-head 427 built by NASCAR legend Ernie Elliott
  • Documented with MSO copy signed
  • by Carroll Shelby
  • 427-ci V8 engine
  • 4-barrel Holley carburetor
  • Estimated 700 hp
  • 5-speed manual transmission

1964 Ford Falcon Sprint racer

This 1964 Ford Falcon Sprint is an SCCA Trans-American FIA/GT race car. The 999 VIN and the fiberglass doors, front fenders, hood and trunk lid identify this Falcon as a “63 Prototype” car.

It was driven and built by Shelby team driver Bob Johnson and was sold in 1967 to SCCA driver Jim Harrell, who raced it in the 1968 SCCA A-Sedan races.

The race car was acquired by its fifth, and current, owner in 2016 and recently underwent a Read More

1910 Cadillac racer

The first multi-cylinder Cadillac was their 4-cylinder model introduced in 1905. It was a bit primitive in construction, but Cadillac knew they had to move on from the single-cylinder motors they had become known for. With this new model, Cadillac was able to offer a relatively powerful and good-performing car at an excellent price.

Each successive year after its introduction saw the Cadillac 4-cylinder model gradually upgraded. The engine’s displacement was increased, and the car was more refined throughout.

Built Read More