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Victory Lane
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for sale

So I don't have full owner info on this car but it's for sale and now we do I suppose.


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Victory Lane
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Tom, nice catch! Looks like a close cousin to me and in the Crispino book too! VERY NICELY DONE! (I wonder by who)? A bit of weather & gentle use underneath (older resto?) but still very nice! Wonder if it will still be there for the Nationals in July??
 
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With a fluff here and there that could be a close to perfect car.


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Posts: 4788 | Location: Chillicothe Ohio | Registered: 05 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Glad to see this car come out of hiding. Would love to know the history and why it has not been talked about. I can now fill in an empty box in my list of IPCs. Price of this car is about double what I can afford. It is getting to the point where this is a rich man's hobby.
 
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Agreed. A clone sold at BJ Scottsdale for $80,000


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Cars nice.. overpriced dealer situation..


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Cars there must all be consignments as some the prices are stupid. A 69 IPC small block that needs a top and the undercarriage on my Equinox is cleaner, 75K. A 2018 HW version coupe, 67K? 97 Festival Camaro $74.9K

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Victory Lane
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Definitely they do consignments. I spoke to one of their staff recently. They handle all the marketing & promo, pricing based on seller's ask plus commission. Sounded to me not unlike the big auctions (e.g. B-J). More details at: https://www.classicautomall.com/consignment

I thought they did a great job on the writeup, obviously they have taken note of more recent learnings vs. the infamous 'urban legends' (e.g. 1 of 100, etc.). A bit of confusion as to IPC replicas vs. 'pacesetter' cars (which seems to confuse almost everybody).

I'm hoping to be in their neighborhood mid-July (fingers crossed), would love to see this sled if it's still there! If they can get $144K for a small-block... after that, who knows ??

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When I get ours completed later this year I am going to do some arena shows with the car on a Turntable.

Given the extent, cost and accuracy of the restoration I think I would need more than the ask on the car being discussed here to sell it.


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