Bill Elliott’s Iconic 1999 McDonald’s Livery Ford Reportedly Sold for Just $14,000

In a surprising turn of events, a piece of NASCAR history was recently auctioned off for a shockingly low price. But who's the lucky bidder who walked away with this iconic race car?

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The Auction of the Century

The car in question is none other than Bill Elliott's 1999 McDonald's livery Ford Taurus. This legendary vehicle was listed on BringATrailer with a starting bid of just $500. As word spread, the bidding war escalated, reaching into the $10,000 range. 

The Winning Bid

The Lucky Bidder, A NASCAR Fan, Managed To Secure This Piece Of History For A Mere $14,000 After Placing Four Bids. After all, it's not every day that a car from NASCAR’s 90s era makes its way to an auction.

A Closer Look at the Prize

This Third-Generation Winston Cup Challenger Is Powered By A 358ci V8 Motor From Ford And Features A Four-Speed Manual Transmission. It Comes With A Full Stock Car Equipment Kit, Including Bilstein Shocks, 15” Bassett Wheels, A Full Roll Cage, And An MSD Twin Ignition System. Despite Some Wear And Tear, This Car Is A True Gem For Any Racing Enthusiast.

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