Roush Racing NASCAR Toy Story 2 Car

Now a running display car. Ex Roush Racing NASCAR?

Sold April, 2023


This Toy Story 2 Roush Racing liveried Taurus, with chassis tag number JR 49, is part of an estate sale. It is a running, driving, car that looks and sounds like a Gen 4 NASCAR stock car.  However, we have no documented history for the car, nor records of its current state of build. The owner passed away and no records have been found thus far regarding this car, another NASCAR liveried Monte Carlo show car, two boats, motorcycles, etc.

What we know is what you can see from the photos and videos below. The guages also seem to work as well as everything in the drive train. Serious buyers are welcome to come see and inspect the car in Sonoma, California.

Great for demonstration laps, a show car, maybe even a track day car?

The Finding Nemo Monte Carlo can also be purchased with the Taurus as a package.


The Taurus appears to have a very clean Chevy V8 engine mated to a 4 speed Tex Racing T101 transmission. The transmission has a Hurst shifter and SFI dated McLeod bellhousing. The car is equipped with dual MSD electronic ignition systems. It has a Delphi/Harrison thermal system with C&R Racing aluminum radiator. The suspension is Coleman with Wilwood vented disc brakes and Girling master cylinders. The driver is secured by Butler racing seat, but needs current seat belts fitted. The car also has a Halon fire system.

The Taurus currently starts right up and runs and drives. What the engine internals are we have no idea. It could be a nice running basic Chevy engine, or a full race engine. We have no idea at this point. The car will need a thorough going over through, and at least a new set of seat belts installed before being taken to a track.

Make an offer on this car, or both this car and the Monte Carlo. Great looking cars for display, demonstration laps, and maybe racing too with proper prep work.



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