1992 STP/ Pontiac Grand Prix
Driven by: Richard Petty
This 1992 STP Racing Pontiac Grand Prix was originally built by Petty Enterprises in Level, North Carolina, in the fall of 1990 and raced at short track races in 1991 and 1992. The body, painted in Petty blue and STP day-glo red, is styled with protruding wheel wells to help protect the car from incidental bumps in the tight corners and close side-by-side racing common to the NASCAR Winston Cup short tracks. The engine is a 359 C.I. small block cast iron Chevy with aluminum Pontiac racing heads. It was also assembled in Petty’s shop in Level Cross and generates over 650 horsepower.
Adoption cost: $500
Digital Adoption benefits:
* Printed photo of your adopted car
* Online recognition
* Recognition on the Adopt-A-Car donor wall in the Museum
* Certificate of adoption
Adoptions are for a period of one year with the option to renew annually.