During the special tour, Jeg noticed a garage that had coverings over the windows and inquired with Crisp about the contents of the seemingly "off limits" garage also known as the Deer Head Shop-an exclusive area that isn't part of the normal tour.Crisp allowed the Coughlin's in and explained that Dale Sr.This meant that out of the 83 '01 Intimidator SS Camaros, 51 were left unsigned.Fortunately, having ordered their Camaros early on, both of the Coughlin cars came with the personally autographed dash face. He's also a four-time IROC winner-quite possibly the motivational turn that secured his admiration of the Chevrolet Camaro. His Rookie of the Year award and seven NASCAR Winston Cup Championships only solidify the statement.The exterior reeks of the Intimidator badness with deep, black pigment poured throughout, and a stinger deck stripe amassed in gray for added "sass" on the otherwise ordinary SS hood.It's a direct tribute to Dale's friend, Jon Moss, and the GM prototype ZL1, also adorned in black with a gray hood/deck stripe.
Unfortunately, only 33 of the gauges were signed before Dale's untimely death at Daytona in 2001.
The interior plays home to a race-inspired theme that pays tribute to Dale's NASCAR Winston Cup Monte Carlo SS via the silver-faced dash and white Hurst shifter knob.
The seats and floor mats are dressed with the embroidered Intimidator SS logo.
The six-speed manual transmission is treated to a Dale Earnhardt Short Throw Shifter, while a posi rearend accommodates the 3.73 cogs and ensures the Camaro stays glued to the boulevard even in a moment of unavoidable illicit street behavior.
You never know when an unsuspecting Ford Mustang might provoke.