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Lexus LFA Nurburgring and NASCAR Edition Camry up for Auction

A rare supercar and 680hp V8 Toyota going to the highest bidder

Annette Carrion
Oct 31, 2013

RK Motors Collector Car Auction Details:

  • Lexus LFA Nurburgring is one of only 50 built
  • 2010 NASCAR Edition Toyota Camry’s V8 engine pushes 680 hp
  • RK Motors Collector Car Auction takes place October 31 to November 3

The RK Motors Collector Car Auction (RKMCCA) in Charlotte, NC begins on Halloween day, October 31st with a special treat being offered at the Charlotte Convention Center. An extremely rare Lexus LFA Nurburgring, along with a NASCAR Edition Toyota Camry fitted with a 680 hp V8 engine and a quartet of rare Corvettes will be at hand.

The Lexus LFA Nurburgring is one of only 50 built and the only model offered with a white exterior and Alcantara interior. Powered by a 562 hp 4.8L V10 engine, the supercar has only 366 original miles on its odometer.

Lexus LFA nurburgring side view Photo 5/8   |   Lexus LFA Nurburgring and NASCAR Toyota Camry

The 2010 NASCAR Edition Toyota Camry made its first appearance at the 2010 SEMA show. It’s a street-legal two-door coupe with a 5.9L V8 under the hood that generates 680 hp.

Additionally, four rare Corvettes will be offered at no-reserve, including a 1967 Sting Ray roadster with GM-code 983 Goodwood Green Metallic exterior and an iconic 427 V8 engine (Lot #3030); a 1996 Grand Sport convertible with an LT4, 6-speed engine (Lot #169); a Bloomington Gold-winning1996 Grand Sport (Lot #803); and a 2010 Earnhardt Hall of Fame Edition (Lot #133).

RKMCCA’s no-reserve lineup also includes:
1969 ½ Dodge Coronet Super Bee (Lot #800)
1951 Crosley Fire Engine Hook & Ladder (Lot #721)
2000 Toyota Pioneer/MCI Worldcom Champ Car #97 (Lot #719)
1999 Toyota Pioneer/MCI Worldcom Champ Car #24 (Lot #718)
2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse SE (Lot #712)
2000 BMW 528i M (Lot #206)
2001 BMW 740i L (Lot #211)
1965 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport (Lot #170)
2011 Ford Mustang Hawkized (Lot #134)
2001 Chevrolet Camaro Intimidator SS (Lot #132)
1961 Ford Galaxie Sunliner (Lot #129)

With a lineup like this, you can bet there will be automotive enthusiasts with deep pockets in attendance ready to snatch up these rare vehicles.

By Annette Carrion
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