|Official name Holly Farms 400|
|Date October 4, 1987 (1987-October-04)|
Location North Wilkesboro Speedway, North Wilkesboro, North Carolina
Course Permanent racing facility 0.625 mi (1.005 km)
Distance 400 laps, 250 mi (402 km)
Weather Chilly with temperatures approaching 68 °F (20 °C); wind speeds up to 8.9 miles per hour (14.3 km/h)
The 1987 Holly Farms 400 was a NASCAR Winston Cup Series racing event that was held on October 4, 1987, at North Wilkesboro Speedway in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
Exactly 6% of this race was run under caution; with the stretch of green flag laps lasting an average of 94 laps.
In this 400-lap event, Bill Elliott and Dave Marcis dominated the first 100 laps while Terry Labonte managed to dominate most of the race. Two Canadian drivers were in this 32-car grid - Trevor Boys and Larry Pollard. Slick Johnson would end up finishing in last-place due to a problem with his stock car engine on lap 11. Terry Labonte would end up beating Dale Earnhardt under a caution flag after two hours and thirty-six minutes of racing. Chevrolet and Ford vehicles would play a huge role in determining the starting lineup.
Davey Allison would become the lowest-finishing driver to complete the event. Hut Stricklin would be involved in a crash on lap 207 that knocked him out of the race. Bill Hollar and J.D. McDuffie would be two of the drivers who failed to make the starting grid. Individual race earnings for each driver ranged from the winner's share of $45,575 ($96,075.94 when adjusted for inflation) to the last-place finisher's share of $1,125 ($2,371.59 when adjusted for inflation). The total prize purse for this event was $247,620 ($522,003.85 when adjusted for inflation).