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NSCHoF World Finals Auction Moves Online

KNOXVILLE, Iowa – The non-profit National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum will be conducting its annual World Finals auction a little differently this year.

The auction, featuring items from both the sprint car and late model world, will be conducted online from Nov. 4-11, with the auction closing at 4 p.m CST on Nov. 11. The auction will showcase more than 60 items donated to the museum for auction purposes. The auction benefits both the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum in Knoxville, Iowa, and the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame in Florence, Ky.

The National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum normally holds up to seven live auctions a year. This year National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum officials have elected to go online as big racing events have been either postponed or canceled amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Unfortunately, the pandemic has hit us at the museum as well as everyone else,” said National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum executive director, Bob Baker. “We want to thank everyone who helped us with our July and August auctions. We will miss heading down to Charlotte in November to be sure, but hopefully, this will give race fans and our supporters who didn’t make it to the Last Call in Charlotte a chance to support both our museum and the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame in Kentucky.”

A large assortment of unique and autographed memorabilia will be a part of the auction, including: an autographed 1:18 scale Kyle Larson die-cast, an autographed Josh Richards door panel and other panels, a Knoxville Raceway lighted sign and autographed items from Brandon Sheppard, Jonathan Davenport, Tim McCreadie, Billy Boat, Kyle Bronson, Johnny Sauter, Shannon Buckingham, Jimmy Owens, Bob Trostle and many more.

Visit www.SprintCarAuction.com to view the lost listing and register to bid.




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