Are you looking for a race-prepped, turn-key historic racer to drive in the Monterey Motorsports Reunion this year? Well, we may have the car for you. This 1968 Chevy Camaro Trans-Am car is up for sale, and it's already been entered into the historic races at Laguna Seca next weekend.
The car, raced in period during the 1970 and 1971 Trans-Am Series, was put into storage in 1974. Discovered hiding inside a warehouse in Arkansas, the car received a full restoration, and a replacement 302ci V8 that runs on aggressive 110 octane race gas. Along with some other updates, including a nine-point roll cage, the car is fully prepped and ready to hit the rolling hills of Monterey.
As long as the new driver is approved by the race coordinators, he or she can run this car, which already holds a spot in the field in the Trans-Am race group at the . This coincides with Monterey Car Week and the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, which means this car will be participating in one of the most significant motoring events of the year.
The car is currently being auctioned off at everyone's favorite car buying site, . It's currently sitting at $95,000, with three days still left to bid. That's a lot of cash, but no one ever said owning a race-ready historic Trans-Am car would be cheap.