Maybe M2 would consider some vintage NASCAR rigs too. Carl Kiekhaefer had beautifully liveried Grand National Chrysler haulers in the 1950s. He started a whole new era in GN racing. Mercury Outboards was the big sponsor and Chrysler 300s are the high-powered loads.
In two long seasons, one man made a lasting impact on the sport that has become legendary over time, and yet his name is somewhat forgotten. Carl Kiekhaefer and his company name would grace the sides of a fleet of Chryslers and Dodges. One car survived the battle on the track, and against time, to see light on the tracks of today--a 1956 Chrysler 300-B.
Kiekhaefer was a man ahead of his time when it came to motorsports. In a day when the combatants drove or dragged their steel beasts to the dirt tracks of the South, he opted to have his delivered in transporters. While many of the drivers knew the art of fine-tuning their machines to withstand the battle, the man behind Mercury outboard boat engines hired the best mechanics in the country to maintain his team's cars, and paid his drivers handsomely.