In the effort to leave no marketing stone unturned, a member of the Earnhardt family has teamed up with a custom home builder to create an exclusive line of houses. Kerry Earnhardt, the eldest son of Dale Earnhardt, Sr., has aligned forces with Paul Schumacher of Schumacher homes. Needless to say, this Schumacher has no affiliation with the racing legend.

Each house is named after a particular memory from the lives of Earnhardt and his wife, Rene. One design, Pocono, honors the track at which Kerry Earnhardt won his first race, while one of the largest plans, Giant Sequoia, is crafted as a tip of the hat to the larger-than-life presence of Dale senior.

All told, there are 19 home designs to choose from. You can check them out by heading over to the Schumacher site for a closer look. In a quasi-related note, Road & Track reports that Dale Earnhardt, Jr. recently said that he'd like to see Michael Schumacher hop across the pond for a quick stint behind the wheel of a Sprint Cup racer.

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