Ranier Racing’s Chevrolet Monte Carlo 1984 Winner driven by Cale Yarborough.
In 1983, MC Anderson closed his racing operation, and his driver, Cale Yarborough, moved to the Number 28 Hardee's Chevrolet owned by Ranier-Lundy Racing. In 1983, Cale competed in 16 events. He won four races, including his third Daytona 500, his sixth Atlanta Coca-Cola 500, and swept both events at Michigan, along with three poles. In 1984, he carried on his winning streak by winning his fourth Daytona 500. He became only the second driver in history, along with Richard Petty, to score back-to-back wins at Daytona. (Sterling Marlin also won back to back at Daytona in 1994 and 1995) Continuing to make '84 sizzle, Yarborough won the Winston 500 at Talladega, a race that featured 75 lead changes. Finally, to complete his season, he won the Van Scoy Diamond Mine 500, along with four poles. In NASCAR parlance, "he ran the tables", and all of these victories were in the Hardees # 28, a car that Cale Yarborough made iconic.
Now, Salvino's Jr, working from well-respected vintage Monogram Tooling, has replicated yet another iconic race-car. This highly detailed kit features an authentic period correct engine bay and chassis, as well as an accurate racing interior. Combine this with the highest quality screen printed decals from Powerslide, and like Cale, you will be a big winner!