Plymouth Roadrunner NASCAR 1971Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
This Road Runner was the 1971 NASCAR Grand National championship winning car driven by “The King” Richard Petty, interestingly it was also the last stock car to win a NASCAR Grand National championship using a production-based body and engine. The upside of this is that the cars are far safer, but the downside is that they’re not really “stock cars” anymore.
NASCAR, an acronym for National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, has its early roots in American bootlegging during Prohibition.
Bootleggers needed cars that were faster than the local police in order to move their moonshine around the country, these modified cars would compete against one another in illegal races, and this would form the foundations of NASCAR.
As far as origin stories go, it’s hard to argue that the NASCAR series doesn’t have the best tale.
The Model is Fully Rigged and ready to use. The Interior has all the details. All surface imperfections included..
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