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NO RESERVE: Rabbit’s 1992 Rusty Wallace MGD Grand Prix Race Car
|Year Make Model||1992 Pontiac Grand Prix Race Car|
|Location||Greenville, South Carolina, 29609|
|Private or Dealer||Private seller|
|Seller Tiers||Pony Car: 5% Buyer Fee|
|Exterior Color, Interior Color||Black, Black|
|Engine Size||350 cid 5.7|
|Two Pedals or Three?||Three|
|Modifications||Everything a race car has......|
|BwC Inspection Report?||No|
|Open to Trade-In?||No|
High bid: $0
Sold for $15,000
Dream came true! Congratulations to DavidHale2020 for becoming the new owner!
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Start your engines NASCAR fans, as DreamCarXchange is thrilled to present at NO RESERVE this 1992 Rusty Wallace Miller Genuine Draft Grand Prix Race Car!!! This was recently purchased by Rob “Rabbit” Pitts from an avid Rusty Wallace fan who completed a full cosmetic restoration within recent years. Actually, Rabbit sold it to a friend then bought it back specifically for our Car Flip Challenge, where all the profits from the sale of this Rusty car will go to the Shriners Hospital for Children – Greenville (https://www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org/greenville). It is believed to be a Ronnie Hopkins chassis that was an actual car driven by Rusty Wallace, though this can not be verified. It is set up as a road course car (so it turns both ways!). It has a 350 cubic inch 5.7 liter/350 hp aluminum head small block Chevy engine. This MGD Grand Prix is being sold with a clean South Carolina title and comes with the balance of the factory bumper-to-bumper warranty…. Just kidding! No title or warranty, it will just have a Bill of Sale.
Below is the recent story that Rabbit told on VINwiki Car Stories about the car, prior to purchasing it back for this charity challenge:
The interior is sparce as you would expect, with a full cage, removable steering wheel and push button ignition.
The engine currently in the car was recently installed, and is a 350 cubic inch 5.7 liter/350 hp aluminum head Chevy small block. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a 4-speed manual transmission an aluminum quick change rear differential.
This would make a great addition to anyone’s car collection, be an incredible conversation piece for the NASCAR fan but also a fun track day car. Rabbit and his crew recently took it to a local 1/2 mile track and said that it was tight, ran great and sounded fantastic.
Despite the below picture, it is NOT currently street legal.
As an added bonus, Rabbit will be passing on a matching crew jacket to the winning bidder.
Be sure to check out all the additional pictures found in the “Pictures” tab above. Don’t forget that the profit from the vehicle is being donated to charity and that the highest bidder wins (No Reserve), so bid often on this super cool race car to add it to your collection!
This is fun track day car, conversation piece for any automotive collection or would make a killer street legal stock car conversion.
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