Want to own a piece of racing history? How about a 1971 AMC Javelin, built by Roger Penske and driven by Mark Donohue? Up for grabs at the Canepa Collection, this car is said to be the last car driven by Mark Donohue before his retirement from Trans Am racing, and is the only car built by Roger Penske Racing in 1971. Originally constructed for the 1970 Trans Am season, car number 6 was rebodied in 1971 to feature wider fenders and a revised rear deck.
Mark Donohue won the 1971 over 2.5 liter Trans Am championship with this car, and it’s been fully restored to 1971 competition specs. Even with the car’s history, a price tag of nearly a million dollars seems wildly optimistic to me, but if you can’t live without it in your collection, give Canepa Design a call.