The car was a McCormack Racing team car (Raul Boesel's team). It apparently has 121 miles on it (engine blew) and was not used afterwards. The car looks basically new inside so it appears the 121 miles are accurate. The replacement engine is complete, is fully sealed and is a much more desireable flat plane crank engine. This car HAS NOT been crashed. It is not one of the destroyed cars such as Salazar's 1998 G-Force(ie: see the "IRL 1999 Dover Salazar Crash" on Youtube) that have been put back together and is now being sold as "overall condition is excellent". Nor is it a Showroom or Demo roller where someone throws a shell on a defective chassis so the sponsors can put their decals on it and display it in their office lobby. This is an actual tested racecar configured for road racing. Most of the cars being sold today are configured for speedways and you need to replace the wings and steering rack to run on a road course.