By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to RacingJunk.com, Mike Henson’s Plan B Racing has put his race car up for sale. The Bevis-built Corvette was originally made in 2003. The car had its frame rails updated in 2016.
The race car has 540″ BBC twin 88mm Precision turbos. It also has a Fueltech ft 500, and Billet Atomizer injectors. The car also has a Crower 4.125″ stroke crank.
In addition, it has a Big M Block, 4.600′ Bore, and a 55MM cam. It has Dart 20* heads and titanium valves. The car also has TD Rockers and Leash boost controllers.
Included in the package deal is a 2008 Renegade ToterHome plus a 450 horsepower Mercedes. It appears the Mercedes also has a 13 speed Eaton Autoshift transmission and new tires.
There is a 2004 Renegade Trailer with a 32′ lift. Henson, or an individual on his behalf, wrote that there is “Lots of storage. [The] car is known as Plan B from Street Outlaws.”
The package also comes with a new 12.5kw Onan Diesel Generator.
The ad expires on January 22nd, 2019. It is Ad#:183105806. He can also be reached at 405-923-6762.
There are only two potential payment options. One is Money Order, while the other is cash. Henson is asking $250,000 for the deal.
Henson is the second known driver, who has allegedly put their equipment up for sale. Kye Kelley — before the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings show at Bandimere Speedway in September — wrote that he was selling his equipment.
Several days later, Kelley admitted that none of his equipment is for sale. He said he made the statements out of frustration.
It’s not clear at this time if Henson is really serious about selling, or is also frustrated with what is going on with his operations.
Update: After posting this story, his wife Kelly communicated with us in a Street Outlaws group. He said they are very interested in selling
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