• Aug 29th 2010 at 3:36PM
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Ivan "Ironman" Stewart has retired, and the legendary off-road racer didn't play around when it came to getting out of the game. This weekend, 650 items from his 37-year racing career are being auctioned off, including the entire Pro Truck business he's been running for the last ten years.

Items up for bid range from pieces of racing history like the restored Funco SS1 buggy (above) that ran the 1976 Baja 1000, to racing miscellany like antique fire sprinklers and five antique folding seats. Not bad if you want to sprinkle your souvenir room with a little bit of Stewart's dust.

[Sources: AutoWeek, McCormack Auction Company]

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      • 4 Years Ago
      Boy.... wish I had some of that stuff... I have some fond memories of offroad racing. ...sad to see him leaving it.... but I can understand.... I don't like getting older.
      • 4 Years Ago
      I was in the online auction, and the interface was tricky. Difficult to stay on top of bids with refreshing issues. Every item went into over-extend bid "overtime" so prices were very generous for Mr. Ivan. I put the highest the bid for a trophy truck signed, but I never received confirmation. The site doesn't show what user won??
      • 4 Years Ago
      That's a lot of stuff. I wouldn't mind having the Roadrunner & a few of those vintage signs.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Me too, I may need some f that vintage signs... What was the bidding amount den atlast??
      • 4 Years Ago
      Heh, I liked the Ironaman game.