1989-92 Ken Schrader NASCAR Chevy Lumina

Dover Winner. 5th at Sonoma. Hendrick Motorsports.

Price Drop to $49,500. Sports 2000 trades considered.


The Lumina began its racing career at Hendrick Motorsports in 1989 with red and gold Folgers Coffee livery and Ken Schrader behind the wheel. The car was built by Hendrick on a Laughlin intermediate chassis, chassis number KML9. In 1991, the livery was changed to new sponsor Kodiak.

The number 25 Kodiak car won the Budweiser 500 at Dover, and also finished  5th at the Banquet Frozen Foods 300 at Sonoma Raceway.

The Kodiak car was later restored by well known NASCAR expert Gene Felton with updated larger brakes. The car has since competed in vintage races with  CSRG, HSR, SVRA, and CVAR.

The current owner purchased the Lumina in 2017. He has raced the car approximately two times per year since. Race plans for 2024 currently include the HSR Mitty at Road Atlanta, and Velocity Invitational at Sonoma Raceway.


The Lumina is powered by a new for 2019 TOE Performance (Tony Oddo) engine.  A new Jerico transmission was also installed.  The car has a Le Joie seat for road racing.

The Lumina is currently located in Florida. It is being prepped for the 2024 season to the tune of some $20,000.  Planned races include Sebring and The Mitty. It will be sold in full race-ready condition, before, in between, or after these races.

This is a great way to buy a fresh, fully prepared, race-proven NASCAR stock car at a relativel bargin. With this Lumina you can pay $49,500 for a top level, pro-prepared, ready to go car with history. You could pay less for a lesser car that will highly likely cost you more money in the end, including poor results, disapointing, costly, and frustrating weekends, and a tough resale down the road. However, for a few thousand more with this Lumina, you get a lot more car to have fun racing now, and have something of greater value down the road. Of course you can spend double or more for a car with even more history, but your performance on the track will likely be very similar. This Lumina kind of hits the sweet spot right in the middle, making it a really great value if you want to go Historic NASCAR racing.

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