hhlogonewZZ2.jpg (3833 bytes)hhlogopegZZ.jpg (3308 bytes)Earnhardt Jr. Daytona Plaque
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This Top Quality Collectors Plaque
includes the following:

- Recessed groove on back for wall mounting

Deluxe Engraved Nameplate with Stats

- 12x15 Size - Great for Office - Home - Business

- New Welsh Cherry style Plaque.

  Collectors Item 8x10 Photo of Junior
pumping his fist after first Daytona win.

Photo Can slide out of our Gold Frame holder to be Autographed (signed)

Collectors item Postcard of Daytona Race track


Free White Gift Box
Bonus Items (See Below)
 

Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Daytona 500 Win 2004 Plaque
#MRJR500 $49.50

 

 


Close-up of your
engraved nameplate

 


Daytona Postcard From 2/18/01
Plaque includes a mounted Collectors Item Daytona
Postcard.  The Photo for the postcard was taken on
February 18, 2001.  The day Dale Sr. was killed in a crash.


    



  Close-up of postcard back


 

Free Bonus Photo

Included with your plaque
is a 2nd photo of Dale Jr.
doing donuts in his
"Born On Date" Chevy
after his Daytona victory.

This 8x10 photo can be used
as an alternate photo
for your plaque.  Photos can
slide out of the top of
the frame on your plaque.

 

Dale Earnhardt Jr. nearly traded paint with the car ahead of him, snatching the lead at the Daytona 500 with a brash, fearless move.  Just like his old man.

Earnhardt later drove off the track in front of the main grandstand, spinning in the grass to celebrate his first Daytona 500 victory. Just like his old man.

Earnhardt won NASCAR's biggest event Sunday on the same track that took his father's life three years ago, barreling past Tony Stewart with 20 laps left with a maneuver that would have made Daddy proud.

Junior showed the impatience of youth, needing only five tries to win the race that bedeviled his father for 19 years. "He was over in the passenger side with me," the 29-year-old Earnhardt said during a jubilant celebration in Victory Lane. "I'm sure he was having a blast."

The race was attended by President Bush, launched the Nextel Cup era and came six years to the day that the Intimidator won his first -- and only -- Daytona 500 on his 20th try.

It's still one of the sport's most cherished scenes: the black No. 3 car rolling down pit road while the rival crews lined up to congratulate Earnhardt before he pulled into Victory Lane.

Three years later, he was killed on a last-lap crash in the 500, depriving the sport of a seven-time champion and its most popular driver. "In a way, it feels like I'm closer to my dad," Junior said. "At the same time, this is a reminder of losing him all over again."

 

At least the next generation is in good hands. In a daring move that must have been borrowed from the Intimidator, Earnhardt Jr. dipped to the inside without any drafting help and came within a foot of Stewart's car at nearly 190 mph coming through the trioval. Then Junior went right on by.

"I can't believe I passed him by myself," Earnhardt said. "I don't know what was going on. It was like a magic trick."

Stewart tried valiantly to catch up, briefly pulling beside Earnhardt coming out of turn two. But Junior showed his muscle on the backstretch, keeping Stewart in the rearview mirror.

That's where Stewart stayed the rest of the way. Earnhardt pulled away on the final lap, winning by about four car lengths while the crowd of 180,000 -- many of them wearing Junior's red and white colors -- erupted in celebration.

Earnhardt came back around and stopped his car at the checkered finish line. He pumped his fist and jumped into the arms of his crew, who lifted him on their shoulders for all to see. Then he climbed back into the No. 8 Chevrolet and attempted a few doughnuts in the grass -- just like his father after the 1998 race.

"I was taught so many lessons about this place before I ever got behind the wheel," Earnhardt said. "I'm glad I don't have to worry about (winning the 500) anymore."

The Earnhardts became the third father-son combination to win the Daytona 500, joining Lee and Richard Petty and Bobby and Davey Allison.

 

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