DESCRIPTIONIf you're looking for a significant competition vehicle to add to your collection, look no further than Ivan "Ironman" Stewart's PPI-built racer known as 015. Built in 1993 to replace the aging 010 chassis, 015 became the Master's thesis and final product of an extraordinary off-road racing team. Adding four Baja 500's and a Baja 1000 to Stewart's incredible list of 82 career victories, this truck is a proven competitor. At the core of this vehicle is a Lexus-derived aluminum V8 featuring a DOHC/4-valve design. The engine produces in excess of 550hp with a flat torque curve from 4,000-7,500 rpm. Power is channeled through a 5-speed Hewland VGC 200 gearbox. The chassis is a hand built piece engineered in-house at PPI. This truck underwent an extensive documented restoration at TM1 Motorsports in Southern California. The rebuild was performed by many of the truck's original builders. Upon completion, it was shot by Dirt Sports Magazine as part of their "Masterpiece in Metal" series. From there it was sent to Barstow where the Ironman himself put the truck through its paces. Documentation includes many exclusive documents including the original chassis blueprints. There are also several pallets and boxes worth of replacement parts for the truck including 49 unmounted wheels and at least one of every body panel.
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