Dale Earnhardt Jr. Selling Off Two Camaros, One Chevy-Powered Jeep
Good news, race fans: NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr. is selling his car!
No, no, not his daily driver—a Chevrolet SS capable of 200 mph. He still needs that one for work. Instead, Junior is selling two cool (and very orange) Camaros from his own personal collection.
The first is a 2002 Chevy Camaro Z28 (above) that’s been modified by the man himself. The custom muscle car has a body that has been lengthened and widened, and a powertrain that’s been kicked up a notch with a 7.0-liter LS7 V8 engine yielding 610 horsepower.
The car was apparently a tribute to drag racer Dick Harrell. The current high bid is $90,100.
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Earnhardt is also selling a 1973 Camaro built by Detroit Speed. The North Carolina-based auto restorers gave the ’73 a roll cage, a NASCAR style fuel cell, and a powerful LS2 V8.
The 1973 Chevy Camaro eBay listing is currently at $95,100.
And if you love this particular shade of orange, but aren’t that crazy about Camaros, you’re in luck. He’s also selling his custom 1994 Jeep Cherokee 4×4, which features a 350 cubic-inch Chevrolet V8, big mud tires, and a custom off-road suspension. The Jeep is the most affordable offering of the bunch, at $57,400.
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This is not the first time that Dale Jr. has put some of his own rides up on the auction block. Just last year, he sold off his own 1955 Chevy Bel Air and 1999 Corvette.
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