Four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon is selling off three of his Chevrolet Monte Carlo pace cars from his personal stash.
The three cars will cross the auction block at the Barrett-Jackson Collector-Car Event in Las Vegas Oct. 13-15. All three will sell at no reserve, meaning they will all be sold to the respective highest bidders, no matter what that bid is.
Per the Barrett-Jackson website, here are the three cars Gordon is selling:
This one is a 1995 Z34 Brickyard 400 pace car, one of just 400 made by Chevrolet. This is a copy of the pace car from the first Brickyard 400 in 1994, which Gordon won. This unique automobile has just 12 miles from new.
Here we have a 1998 Z34 Brickyard 400 pace car that was given to Gordon after he won the '98 race. This special Z34 Monte Carlo was one of a handful of pace cars that were used at the August 1, 1998, Brickyard 400. It even comes with the original Indiana license plate signifying it as an official pace car at the race.
Last but not least is a 2001 Limited Edition Super Sport pace car replica. It has just 305 miles from new and is one of 1,300 replicas of the actual 2001 pace car. It comes equipped with several special features, including a race-inspired rear spoiler and a two-tone leather interior.