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1969 Grant King Prototype Indy 500 or F5000 Roller Exclusive

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Frame Number: None
Engine Number: None
Gearbox Number: None
Logbook: None
Condition: Excellent
Price:  US $50,000.00  Currency_Convert
Location: San Diego, CA, USA
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Listed here is a Never Raced Grant King 1969-1970 Prototype Indy or F5000 Race Car. This Race Car is believed to be the Car that Eddie Kuzma copied to build the 1971 Brawner/McGee Scorpion Indy Cars. The Car was specifically built to run a 4 Cam Ford 32 Valve Indy Race Engine. This Race Car is in Unrestored All Original Excellent Condition. A California Resident Buyer will be required to pay California State Sales Taxes. The New Buyer will also be responsible for paying Race-Cars.com's Sales Commission on the Car.


Apparently the Race Car was not completed in time for the 1970 Indy 500 and ultimately became obsolete. The Car was on display at the Valvoline HQ for 15 years then returned to Grant King. The Car was sold by his Widow after his death.

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