Hendrick Nascar Street Legal Craftsman Truck Modified By SJR Racing
Years 1996
Curb Weight 3,100 Lbs.
Drivetrain Front / Rear
Engine 5.7L Naturally Aspirated v 8
Power 350hp (261.1kW)

Genuine Hendrick Chassis and was driven by Jimmy Spencer. The truck was last ran as a SCCA road course vehicle and set up for road course use. The rear end is neutral cambered so its a perfect blend for race and street use.

This is an authentic NASCAR Chassis and is still licensed with SCCA and can be raced at a SCCA event.

Truck has the Nascar Boom side exhaust, and has baffles added for street use that can be easily removed for a car show or marketing event.

The car cover is signed by Nascar Driver Jimmy Spencer.

1999 Hendrick Chassis

* Brand New - Break In Time only Chevrolet 350 Crate Engine with Performer Plus Camshaft
* Super Victor Intake Manifold
* Holley 650 Carburetor, T10 4 speed transmission
* Pro racing shocks
* Ford 9 inch rear with 31 spline floating axles
* 330 Tex Racing 3rd member
* Fluid Dyn Radiator
* Butler built seat (drivers seat)
* Kirkey seat (passenger seat)
* Wilwood front brakes - full working brake blower system still installed
* Alcon rear brakes - brake cooling system still installed working
* Fuel-Safe fuel cell with quick fill
* Simspson Saftey Harness
* Fire Supression System
* GM racing ignition with dual MSD setup
* Dodge Truck Cover signed by Jimmy Spencer

Street Legal Changes

* Actual 2006 Silverado Headlights - I also have the driving lights if interested
* Side mirrors
* Front LED Blinkers
* Rear LED Brake Lights in rear window
* Rear LED Brake Light/Blinker mounted in factory position
* Muffled Nascar Boom Exhaust
* Titled as a 1996 S10 in the State of Minnesota

Source: SJR Racing & Shawn Jakes Website: http://www.geocities.com/sjrracing/sjrracing_main2.html

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"We're going road racing in a truck. That's so wrong." - Gale Banks