CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Rusty Wallace will headline the fourth class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, and his famed car ``Midnight'' will be part of his induction.
Wallace, winner of 55 races and the 1989 championship, will be inducted Friday night along with Buck Baker and Herb Thomas; car owner Cotton Owens and crew chief, mechanic and engine builder Leonard Wood.
Midnight will be part of Wallace's display. He drove the car to 13 victories from 1992-94, and led more than 5,000 laps. It ran as both a Pontiac and a Ford for Penske Racing South.
Midnight was restored last year by former crew members from Wallace's team. It will go into the Hall in race-ready condition as a 1994 Ford Thunderbird with the black and gold Miller Genuine Draft paint scheme.

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