• Jan 21, 2011
Barrett-Jackson 2011: 1990 Coors Extra Gold Top Fuel Dragster – Click above for high-res image gallery

Every fancied owing your own Top Fuel Dragster? Are you also a fan of beer brewed from the waters of Golden, Colorado? Barrett-Jackson has the car for you. It may only be a replica but this 1990 Coors Extra Gold Top Fuel Dragster has plenty of V8 oomph sitting right behind your head.

Auctioned off on multiple occasions, the goal of the dragster is to produce $1 million for the Darryl Gwynn Foundation. To date the car has raised $810,000 and hopefully the final hammer at the 2011 Barrett-Jackson stage will get it much closer to its goal.

Check out the official Barrett-Jackson site here, and be sure to check out Speed's online streaming video of the live auction here.



Photos copyright ©2011 Jeff Glucker/AOL


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      • 3 Years Ago
      Well the bidding stalled at 90 grand so Ron Pratt bid 200 grand for a good cause, I think he gave it back though, not sure of that. I'm jealous
      • 3 Years Ago
      I want to drive a top fuel car in the 1/4 mi. It's insane acceleration and really tests your testicular fortitude... takes a lot to keep the gas pedal planted for the run.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Damn, that white s-class is absolutely stunning. That Top Fuel Dragster is nice too I guess.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Thank you Speed channel for finally showing good stuff on TV. My father keeps pointing out inaccuracies the presenters say about the cars, but i hardly care, every night this week i am actually watching television, something I have not done in a long time! It is great seeing all these classic cars going up for auction. Last night I was dumbfounded as people were fighting over a 50s Chevy truck with an LS2 engine and redone interior, going for 150k! Even though the truck is not my cup of tea, it was great seeing the real life drama of people go nuts!