A decade ago, General Motors announced a limited run off of 2002 Chevy Monte Carlo coupes. Know as the SS “Intimidator,” these cars were built as a tribute to the late, great NASCAR legend Dale Earhardt.
Given their limited production and unique trim and color scheme, these cars have become quite prized in certain circles, notably among NASCAR fans and even car collectors. Now one of these cars, in much the same condition as when it first rolled off the line, is being sold for a worthy cause.
It will be auctioned off at the spring Toronto Classic Car Auction with part of the proceeds being donated to a local hospital to help fund a new urgent care unit.
The auction will take run from April 13 through 15 and will be handled by luxury car specialist Segal Motorcar Company and event host Collector Car Productions.
The spring Toronto Classic Car Auction, is a popular event for enthusiasts in Southern Ontario, Michigan and Western New York and often boasts a wide variety of classic machinery, ranging from sports and muscle cars, to classic cruisers and exotics. A great thing about this show is that there’s usually a wide variety of vehicles on offer to suit just about any taste and budget.
For more information on this event and the Sick Kids auction, click on the link below.
[Source: Collector Car Productions]