1990 CHEVROLET LUMINA NASCAR "DAVEY ALLISONS #28"

Price: US $20,000.00 Item location: Covington, Georgia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Lumina
  • Year: 1990
  • Mileage: 222222
  • VIN: 22222222222222222
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1990 Chevrolet Lumina

This Nascar race car was recently purchased in a collection and has been in storage since it was purchased at Barrett-Jackson in 2010. It was running when it was originally purchased and has been cranked a few times since then but is being sold AS IS.
Inspections are welcome prior to purchasing. This car is in a warehouse and has dust on it. It is actually in really good condition!
I have posted other race cars. I have a 2007 Rusty Wallace #2 Dodge Charger-SOLD, 2007 Kyle Busch #57 Toyota Tundra race truck and a 2005 Forza Mustang driven by Angela Cope Ruch who won the Forza Motorsport Showdown that was on the Speed Channel and now available on youtube.
Race cars have no VIN or Title so it will be **SOLD ON A BILL OF SALE ONLY**
I would entertain offers on the set as well.
In 1990, Davey Allison drove this #28 Texaco-Havoline Chevy Lumina in the NASCAR Busch Series. The car was built by his father, Bobby Allison, in their shop in Hueytown, Alabama. Davey ran a total of eight Busch series races that season. Davey sat on the pole at the first race at Nazareth, PA before finishing 10th in the race. He then raced it at Charlotte, Indianapolis Raceway Park, Bristol, Darlington, Richmond, New Hampshire and North Carolina. It is the only Chevy Lumina Davey ever drove in NASCAR. Tommy Allison, Davey's cousin, confirmed that racer Richard Lasitur of North Carolina bought the car from the Allisons after the 1990 season and campaigned it himself. Lasitur sold it in 1996 to Felton Restorations. They restored the car to the current 1990 Davey Allison Busch livery. Felton Restorations sold the car in 1998 to old time NASCAR racer Edgar Otto of Florida. Otto raced it in the Historic Stock Car Racing Association Vintage race group. Otto sold the car to its current owner in 2006. The car was taken directly to Bill Elliott Racing in Dawsonville, GA for a mechanical refreshing including engine, transmission and chassis. The current owner raced it twice with the Historic Stock Car Racing Association, once at Laguna Seca and once at Phoenix International Raceway. Since then the car has been cosmetically restored to its current condition. **SOLD ON A BILL OF SALE ONLY**