***BEING SOLD WITH BILL OF SALE***
Sprint car racing has grown to be one of the more entertaining race forms across the country, mainly due to the fact that any small town can build and set up a course. What beats watching small, extremely aggressive, ultralight, overly powered cars push themselves to the absolute limit? Not much. The origins of sprint car racing can be traced back to before WWI, when fearless drivers raced on a dirt track not to far from where this example is being auctioned, at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. It really took off in 1978 when the World of Outlaws Series was created and winged, and non-winged sprint car series began to pop up all over the country.
For anyone looking to get into the sport, this Vintage Sprint Car is a great opportunity for that. Though we have not tried starting it, nor has it been run on a track in quite some time, it is equipped with all the things one would need to start racing. It comes with four Hoosier Racing brand tires, Pro Shock shocks, full roll bar and cage, a Kirkey containment racing seat, and what is believed to be a V-8 engine. The Sprint Car is nicknamed the “Little Swede” and features the number 38 proudly displayed on the side.