Rusty Wallace's custom-built Ford Mustang was auctioned at Barrett Jackson for $200,000,
with all proceeds benefiting The NASCAR Foundation!
Thank you to Rusty, his entire team and the gracious bidder
for all of your support.
Picture yourself shifting gears in this beautiful Ice Blue Metallic Ford Mustang NASCAR road race car that features classic Mustang racing stripes. This one-of-a-kind Ford Mustang NASCAR road race car designed and newly built by NASCAR hall of famer Rusty Wallace, features a 5.8 Liter V8 by famed builder Roush Yates Racing Engines, producing 800 ground pounding horsepower and 525 ft/lb of torque. Its unique configuration includes dual racing seats, perfect for days at the motor sports country club. Not only is this a car collectors dream, but also a great story of charitable support. As a member for The NASCAR Foundation, Rust Wallace wanted to find a unique and exciting way to support the foundation's mission. Wallace and his team took on the challenge of building a custom road race car from scratch to offer exclusively at Barrett-Jackson to benefit The NASCAR Foundation. After 215 hours of sweat equity were put into this masterpiece, Rusty Wallace is extremely proud of the finished product. The NASCAR Foundation embodies the compassion of the NASCAR family and its commitment to serving communities. The NASCAR Foundation seeks to raise funds and increase volunteerism to support nonprofit charities and charitable causes throughout the nation with an emphasis placed on initiatives that affect the ability of children to live, learn and play. Since 2006, The NASCAR Foundation has contributed more than $13 million in charitable support and helped provide medical treatment for more than 24,000 children annually at Speediatrics, fulfilled more than 700 NASCAR dreams, sent more than 1,200 kids to Victory Junction camp, recruited 12,000 fans to become part of a volunteer network and created educational opportunities for school aged students that help to engage them in science and engineering programs.