Have you ever wanted to own and drive a NASCAR truck to and from work? Well, now you can purchase one at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona on Friday.
The truck has been converted to run on public streets, according to Car Scoops. It was converted by Magic Customs of Brook Park, Ohio, and it now has a passenger seat, mirrors, windshield wipers, a horn and brake lights.
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The Chevrolet Silverado is almost identical to Darrell Waltrip's No. 17 truck from 2005. It has the Tide/Downy livery. You can check out all the details of the car at Barrett-Jackson.
It has about 550 miles on it, so you'd be purchasing the truck relatively unused.
Imagine pulling up to work or to a friend's house in a NASCAR truck. There's no telling what the truck will go for at the auction, but it would be fascinating to see someone driving this truck routinely.