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Bob's Wood Shop

Sign, Dale Earnhardt Jr., DALE JR #88 Signature Logo, Wood/Acrylic

Sign, Dale Earnhardt Jr., DALE JR #88 Signature Logo, Wood/Acrylic

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  • Pattern:  Custom Made Dale Earnhardt Jr #88 Sign, Wall Decor, NASCAR Collectible
  • Made in USA
  • Details: This is a custom-made sign of Dale Earnhardt Jr's signature logo and much loved #88 car.  This sign is hand crafted from wood and has a heavy acrylic protective glaze.  This is an original, not to be missed item for any NASCAR and/or Dale Jr. fan.  We don't believe this is a vintage piece, but with all the history behind it, and the love people have for NASCAR and Dale Jr, we decided to bring it to you.  The back is stamped: "Handcrafted Bob's Wood Shop".  It has pre-drilled holes on the back for hanging.  A great addition to any man-cave, home bar, boy's room, or rec-room or as a gift for a NASCAR fan. 
  • Materials:  Wood and Acrylic
  • Dimensions:  Measured as if hanging:  Approx. 12.5 inches Tall, 14.5 inches Wide and 0.5 of an inch Thick. If measured at an angle, from top point to bottom point, measures 20.25 inches.
  • Condition:  Used. Very Good Condition.  There is one small air bubble in the acrylic, otherwise, there are no chips, dents, or scratches on this piece.  Please review all pictures and make sure you love this item before purchasing, we can't accept returns.  All Sales Final.  Please remember these are used items, they are NOT new, every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. 

Dale Earnhardt Jr., is an American semi-retired professional stock-car racing driver, and the son of the late Dale Earnhardt Sr, (a NASCAR Hall of fame inductee), and comes from a long line of NASCAR racers.  He began racing at the age of 17 and retired (he's semi-retired), in 2017.  Earnhardt scored his first win in the DirecTV 500 at Texas Motor Speedway, breaking the record held by his father Earnhardt Sr. for fewest starts by a driver to earn his first victory in NASCAR's "modern era" by winning in his 12th start, and also at Richmond International Raceway. He became the first rookie to win The Winston. In February of 2001, during the Daytona 500, he finished second, however, his life would be changed forever.  His father crashed and hit a wall during the same race and died that afternoon.  Dale Jr, has had success at the Daytona 500, winning twice, once in 2004 (six years to the day after his father won his only title in the Great American Race and 3 years after his father was killed in the 2001 race) and again in 2014.  He earned the nickname, the "Pied Piper" of Daytona.  He has also won the Most Popular Driver Award fifteen consecutive times from 2003 to 2017.  Earnhardt retired with 26 wins in the Cup Series, a total that ranks him in the top 40 in NASCAR history.

Car#88: The #88 car is a Chevy Camaro.  Being driven by several drivers since introduced in 2005, none has been more linked to this car than Dale Jr. After driving the No. 8 Chevrolet Monte Carlo for Dale Earnhardt, Inc. (DEI), his father's team in the NASCAR Cup Series, for much of his early Cup career, he moved to Hendrick Motorsports to drive the No. 88 in 2008. He remained with HMS until his retirement as a full-time driver in 2017. In July 2017 Dale Earnhardt Jr. got the replacement he wanted and Alex Bowman got his dream job. Hendrick Motorsports announced that the 24-year-old Bowman would replace one of the series’ biggest stars in the No. 88 car after Earnhardt retired.  Earnhardt was named NASCAR’s most popular driver each of the last 14 seasons, so Bowman has big shoes to fill.

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