• Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • Image Credit: Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. has put a couple of his personal cars up for sale on eBay. The first is a 1955 Chevy Bel Air that Junior had reworked by Funkmaster Flex, a bit of a diversion from Flex's more common Ford efforts. Junior's ride has a replacement chassis from Jim Meyer Racing, a 434 small-block tuned by Sharioff Racing to 500 horsepower, and truly thin rubber on what appear to be aluminum billet rims with Junior's former number 8 on the center caps. The interior is all custom and painted to match the outside, and those seats have been completely reupholstered.

The second car is a 1999 Callaway C12, the 18th of 19 C12s built that year and featured in a 2002 issue of AutoWeek. It joined Earnhardt's private collection in 2004. Built on the base of a C5 Chevrolet Corvette and using a lot of technical know-how from Callaway's European racing program, the BMW #287 Blue Pearl C12 had its V8 bored out to 6.2 liters and graced with Callaway's Supernatural upgrade; it also has a Callaway coil-over suspension with adjustable dampers. There's new bodywork all around, and when new it cost about $200,000.

At the time of writing bidding on the Bel Air was up to $80,100, the C12 was at $63,100. The auction ends Monday morning, and the winning bidders have the option of having their prizes autographed and retrieving the keys from Dale Jr himself if they're willing to go to Moorseville, NC.

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