Your inner car enthusiast will squirm at the sight of this, but your inner child will rejoice. Yes, this re-purposed 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 will be cause for some trying internal debate.
Sporting a replica of Watkins Glen International raceway appropriate for slot cars sprawled over the full-size Camaro’s hood, passenger compartment and trunk, slot car racers will have the time of their lives battling 1/32-scale Ford Mustangs, Dodge Challengers and Chevy Camaros through the Glen’s 11 turns.
Offered for sale by retailer Hammacher Schlemmer for the price of $85,000, the unique slot car track is made from hand-carved wood and features two lanes to race the 12 accompanying slot cars. Meanwhile, the full-size machine wears Penske Trans-Am livery that replicates the 1969 Camaro Mark Donohue raced.
This isn’t the only repurposed car the retailer offers on its site. A billiards table sitting on top of a 1959 Corvette is available for $25,000, and a similar slot car track based off of a Porsche 917 race car replica can be yours for $125,000.