You can buy Ken Block’s 2002 Subaru WRX STi
The car achieved a 171 foot jump for a Discovery Channel show and was the chariot Block drove to his first-ever National Championship win.
It seems everyone is creating their own auction sites now a days. The newest one to pop up, Wall Street Motorsport, has one of the most unique debut auctions - Ken Block’s 2002 Subaru WRX STi.
The car was built and prepared by Vermont SportsCar, which is also who built the Subaru WRX STi Gymkhana monster that was seen in Travis Pastrana's Gymkhana 11.
Block piloted the Subaru to his first-ever Rally American National Championship win at Rally America’s Rally of the 100 Acre Wood in March of 2006. According to the listing, sometime after that it went under a car cover in a climate controlled warehouse in Utah.
Besides being a race winning car, the car has another claim to fame. Back in 2006, it was on a hit TV show on Discovery Channel called Stunt Junkies. As you can see in the image above, Block launched the Subaru over a dirt ramp and went 171 feet through the air for an at the time world record.
According to the auction listing, the full buyers fee on this auction is being donated by Wall Street Motorsport in the name of Ken Block and Hoonigan Racing Division to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
As of this article, the car has a max bid of $49,000.00 with a little over 8 days remaining. Go bid!