This is the 2003 Jeff Gordon Signature Series Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS. I am the original Owner and this car was personally signed by Jeff Gordon at The Monte Carlo event during the October 2009 Bank of America 500 NASCAR Race in Concord, NC just east of Charlotte. I have included all of the pictures, certificate of authenticity, and photos of the signature, together with the holygram sticker that they apply after the signature is complete. I also have a nice picture of Jeff and me next to the car after he signed it. We are also adding a video to the site. They manufactured 2424 of these beautiful cars, and 150 of them were sent to Canada, of which this is one. They also make a 1/24 scale model of this exact car for about $50.00 if you don't want the real deal! The Odometer reads 107,165 which is in Kilometers and this equates to 66,549 Miles. The car looks like it just came out of the showroom. No winter use obviously, and stored in my heated garage next to my home. It has a nice Sony CD player/Bluetooth and I do have the original radio / cassette deck it came with. I have the original build sheet which I laminated to protect it. The engine cover was removed as per a recall notice in past year (I will include it). It also comes with the wheel locking tool, and the front licence plate cover (we can't cover front plate in Canada). I can be reached toll free at work at 1-800-437-9035 or by email at [email protected] Scotchguarding tape was added at purchase to protect the front leading edge of the hood....no stone chips and this was also added to the inner wheel wells for same reason.
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