1989 Pontiac Nascar
Car was purchased from a road racer friend in 2009. The car had been retired from the Gary Sutton Atlanta Motor Speedway Driving School. I never confirmed that the car was raced in a Cup race however after speaking with multiple people about the car I located some numbers on the body which pointed me in a direction. The car is a stretch nose Pontiac which was a modification allowed by Nascar in the 89' season due to the aero advantage that the other manufactures had. The car was an intermediate and superspeedway car and has a 110" wheelbase. From my discovery I think the car was a backup car for the Buddy Baker Crisco team that year. However that is speculation. I restored the car and decaled it as a 89' Rusty Walllace Replica. I originally purchased the car to restore and run in the HSCRS.
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