This is a true Bondurant Race School car, #1. 426-hp, 6.2-liter V8, 6-speed automatic, paddle shifters, rear-wheel drive, air conditioning, heads-up display, backup camera and sensors, 20-inch wheels. Only 8,700 original miles.
All tires and brakes have been returned to factory specifications. This car can be registered and driven on city streets. All factory engine, transmission and smog parts are on the car. Ready to race and have fun.
- 205-hp, 283-ci V8 engine
- 5-speed manual transmission
- Tubular front axle and live rear axle with
- torsion-bar suspension
- Four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes
The Kurtis 500S offered here had an extraordinarily long gestation period. It was shipped to a Darrel Johnson, of Ferndale, MI, in February 1956 and invoiced as a “500M chassis and suspension.” For reasons unknown, it lay unfinished until acquired by Warren Wetterlund of Napa, CA, in 1999.
Wetterlund, a collector and driver of vintage race cars, Read More
This factory racer is a time capsule back to the height of the American muscle car revolution. Developed in the AAR (All American Racers) chassis shop of legendary racer/owner Dan Gurney, the car was then transferred to Ray Caldwell’s Autodynamics Racing fabrication shop. There, Autodynamics finished the chassis developmental work and took over final race preparation and race-day team responsibilities. This specific race car was one of only two (#76 and #77) factory-backed Dodge racing Challengers ever produced, and was Read More
The Miller 91 was a true tour de force of rear-wheel-drive racing technology. It was so successful and its domination on speedways of the 1920s was so complete that it was effectively responsible for its own demise. The AAA’s rule change for 1930 to the “Junk Formula” was, in fact, adopted to stop the Miller 91’s seemingly unstoppable winning streak.
When the rule change that limited displacement to 1½ liters (91 cubic inches) was announced for the 1926 racing season, Read More
• The final Kar Kraft Bud Moore Boss 302 Trans Am racer
• Completed under the supervision of Bud Moore and sons to 1971 BME specifications
• Certificate of Authenticity signed by Bud Moore
• Eligible for HSR/SVRA events and a FIA Historic Technical Passport
• Campaigned by Jeff Gordon in 14 NASCAR Nextel Cup Races in 2006 and 2007
• Winner of the 2006 USG Sheetrock 400 and 2007 Bank of America 500
Following its retirement from professional racing at the end of the 2007 season, this car was restored to as-raced condition by the Hendrick Motorsports Number 24 team, and it still appears just as it did in 2006 and 2007. This Chevy is perhaps one of the most notable cars from the Read More
This 1976 Ford F-100 was built by Charlie Haga and accomplished Class 8 victories in the 1977 Baja 500 and Baja 1000. Haga built the truck for Frank “Scoop” Vessels in 1976, and the ’77 Baja 500 was an important race to Vessels due to the introduction of BFGoodrich Radial tires for the first time in the off-road racing world. Vessels played a role in the development of the first generation of these tires and looked to benefit from this Read More
• First Funny Car in NHRA history to run 250 mph in the quarter mile; set national record at Baton Rouge, May 1982
• Set national record 5.73 elapsed time at the 1982 U.S. Nationals at Indianapolis
• First Funny Car in NHRA history to run in the 5.6-second range: 5.637 seconds, Indy, September 1982
• Posted NHRA National event victories at Montreal and Englishtown, NJ; the 33rd and 34th career wins for Don Prudhomme
• No. 1 qualifier four Read More
• The original 1967 Hurst Hemi Under Glass exhibition wheelstander piloted by Bob Riggle
• Riggle restored the car for collector Bill Sefton, and they campaigned it at exhibitions with Riggle at the wheel
• Regularly on public display at the NHRA Motorsports Museum in Pomona, CA
• Rear-mounted 426 Hemi engine
• Cragar wheels and Goodyear slicks