Chip Ganassi Racing CGR632 short track car that ran at Loudon, Richmond and Phoenix in the 2007 part-time introductory season of the CoT and used the Coors Light livery.
This was the only season of the Avenger in NASCAR history and CGR632 was driven by David Stremme.
The car later became a show car for the 41 of Reed Sorensen with the red Target livery and was displayed in the fan zones at NASCAR races.
The car would eventually be donated to a vocational school in Virginia where it remained as a display for nearly 10 years and virtually untouched except for a school themed paint job.
Upon acquiring the car, it underwent a complete road course conversion that included road racing rear end housing, fuel cell, front lower and upper control arms, Penske rebound adjustable shocks, road racing spindles, AP racing 6 Piston Big brake package with monster 1-5/8 inch rotors, front brake blower fans with 4 inch ducts, NASCAR Road Race 830CFM carburetor from Roush team and Andrews Transmission with Road Race gears.
Since its acquisition, the vehicle has been raced five times with three victories and a 3rd place finish at Daytona’s, classic 24 sprint races with HSR (2022).
The Dodge R5P7 was just rebuilt by former Ray Everham Engine R&D specialist, Rob Fisher and includes new pistons, rings, seals, bearings, valves, valve springs, retainers, head work and oil pan hoses built by Brown and Miller. No expenses spared on rebuild and dyno sheet is included. Engine boasts 799 HP and 556 TQ and carries the torque band across a long range making it an ideal road race piece.
Spares include rear wing, rear windshield, extra set of wheels and extra Sway bars.