RK Motors Charlotte Auction: The NASCAR Lots

Wednesday and Thursday we were  looking at all the cars at the RK Motors auction this weekend in Charlotte along with the race cars, today we will look at the NASCAR cars.  If you missed the last two days coverage, CLICK HERE and HERE

There are tons of cool NASCAR race cars and NASCAR related cars rolling across the block this weekend, check them out!

CLICK on each picture for the complete info on the car. All photos credit RK Motors and RKMCCA.com

 

How about an early Dale Earnhardt Sr. car?

 

This one isn’t exactly a NASCAR race car, but its close enough. A.J. Foyt’s USAC car and the last car he ever drove to a championship.

 

All you need to go with these two is an Alan Kulwicki number seven to complete your 1992 NASCAR collection!

 

 

How about a Micheal Waltrip rookie car?

 

How about a Banjo Matthews built car?

 

How about a pair of Dale Earnhardt Sr. Intimidator Camaro’s?

 

 

Any Richard Petty fans in the house?

 

How about this cool “street” Toyota Camry race car built by RK Motors

 

Another Dale Earnhardt Sr item, a hall of fame Corvette

 

And last but not least, Ray Evernham’s custom built “ForPly”

RKMCCA Collector Car Auctions: Charlotte

You’ve heard us mention the name RK Motors before in our Ebay Finds Of The Week, they are one of, if not the largest muscle car dealers in the country. They are located in Charlotte, NC. You can visit their website by CLICKING HERE. This weekend they will be having a huge collector car auction at the Charlotte Convention Center in Downtown Charlotte, North Carolina. For all the info on it, visit there website by CLICKING HERE. Below are our top ten cars to watch at the auction. We will also feature some of the NASCAR and other auto racing items going across the block Wednesday and Thursday of this week so be sure and check back!

TOP-10

Wait a minute? Ten? You expect us to pick just ten? No way!

CLICK each picture for the car lot, All photos are credit RKMotors.com and RKMCCA.com.

We will count these two as a “pair”, or as one, to get us closer to “ten”