This 2017 Chevrolet Camaro is a NASCAR short-oval race car that was built for driver Brennan Poole of the now-defunct Chip Ganassi Racing #48 team in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, but never raced. Power is from a carbureted 358ci pushrod V8 paired with a four-speed manual transmission, and features include an integral safety cage, racing slicks, power steering, a removable steering wheel, and a Richardson Racing seat. The car was acquired by the selling dealer from an assets auction after federal investigation of sponsor DC Solar, and is said to have been started for the first time in October 2019. This Camaro racer is offered with a Ohio bill of sale. The car is built on a steel tube frame and finished in blue racing livery with DC Solar and #48 decals. Bodywork includes a deep front splitter, a long rear overhang, polycarbonate wind strakes, and an aero wing on the rear deck. Black wheels are mounted with Goodyear Eagle D-4950 racing slicks at each corner. The interior features an integral safety cage and has been furnished with a Richard Racing bucket seat and a racing harness as well as a window net. The cockpit is also home to MSD ignition boxes and an oil heater plug. The carbureted 358ci pushrod V8 was filled with fluids and started for the first time in October 2019 according to the selling dealer. The engine compartment features a remote oil filter and a Tilton master cylinder set. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission. For additional Photos and video just call or text.