NASCAR driver Tony Stewart meets the Nuclear Cowboyz backstage after the show in Ontario.
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Peanuts did you know that Rick Hendricks made a bid of over $100,000 for the very 1st Volt Chevrolet put out? The story was in our local paper some time ago and I don't know if I kept it. I'll have to look but anyway the auction for the car was to raise money for a school. It was amazing the money that was raised for this school. I won't try and remember how much Hendricks paid as that wouldn't be fair to Hendricks but I do remember it was over $100,000. If I find the story and if I'm wrong I'll fix it here.
peanut1439 wrote:No I didn't know ndunn, that is very cool. Thanks
I haven't been able to find the story our newspaper ran when Rick Hendrick won the right to buy the first car. It was quite story and the reason for the auction was too. I may have to go through all my Stewart racing clips to find it. But I will try to find it.