A perfect replica of the famous K&K car. This incredible piece of history is one of the most prized possessions of the Wellborn Musclecar Museum. It is currently on loan to the Nascar Museum in North Carolina but scheduled to return home soon.
This much celebrated car carried Bobby Isaac to the 1970 NASCAR championship in a season that saw Isaac compete in 47 events.
The Charger Daytona was the first car to break the 200mph speed record on a closed course. Isaac broke that record at 201.104 in this K&K Dodge. The top speed of the Charger Daytonas of this era was an earth shattering 247mph, set at the Chrysler Proving Ground in Chelsea, MI in 1969.
After Isaac’s NASCAR career was over, Harry Hyde, his legendary crew chief and the K&K Insurance Racing Team took the car to Utah’s famed Bonneville Salt Flats in September 1971. There, the car set a total of 28 world speed records, most of which still stand nearly four decades later.