NASCAR: This race-winning Jeff Gordon car can be yours

Jeff Gordon, Hendrick Motorsports, NASCAR
Jeff Gordon, Hendrick Motorsports, NASCAR /

A NASCAR Cup Series car driven by four-time champion Jeff Gordon to three victories can be yours, as it has just been listed in an auction.

Bring A Trailer Auctions confirmed that they recently listed a NASCAR Cup Series car that was driven in select races by four-time champion Jeff Gordon in the early years of his career.

This car is a Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet Monte Carlo. It is chassis #2421, which the team nicknamed “Brewser”.

The car is finished in a rainbow-style DuPont Automotive Finishes livery over a Hendrick Motorsports tube-frame chassis.

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The #24 Chevrolet is powered by a Hendrick Motorsports engine block identified as JRH-049, and the 358ci SB2 V8 benefits from a Holley 830-cfm NASCAR carburetor, a carbon-fiber air-cleaner cover, and Hendrick Motorsports valve covers.

Additional details about the car are available at the listing Bring A Trailer’s website.

As of 9:00 a.m. ET on Tuesday, January 12, the current bid is $75,000, and the auction is slated to end in nine days.

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Gordon drove this car in five Winston Cup Series races during the 1996 season, and he drove it in another four events in 1997, when he went on to win the second of his four championships. In those nine races, he secured three victories and an additional four top four finishes.

In 1996, he finished in second place at North Wilkesboro Speedway, third at Martinsville Speedway and 34th at New Hampshire International Speedway. Later in the year, he won at both North Wilkesboro Speedway and Martinsville Speedway.

In 1997, he again won at Martinsville Speedway. He also finished in fourth place at the track later in the year to go along with a fourth place finish at Richmond International Raceway and a 23rd place finish at New Hampshire International Speedway.

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Gordon retired from full-time competition after the 2015 season with 93 career victories, which ranks third on the all-time wins list.