in 1970, Savage and Gurney both drove identical factory-sponsored Plymouth Barracudas in the Trans Am Series. Early in the season, Chrysler cut back support for the AAR effort and Gurney stepped out of the car to let Savage drive the entire season. Savage was a young and upcoming star in the racing community who lost his life in a terrible wreck in the 1973 Indianapolis 500.
Opening hood, doors and trunk, functional hood pins, poseable steering, full race interior, roll cage, cloth seatbelts, plumbed and wired engine, chassis detailing.
Serialized plate and limited to 522