ACCEPTING OFFERS UNTIL 9/11/20

Own a piece of American history!

A ONCE IN A LIFETIME

Opportunity to own one of the coolest patriotic, automotive and sports memorabilia ever!

Under the hood of this high-performance beast lays much more than performance parts: its rich history is unparalleled and therefore is a must-have for any serious collector. Here’s her history:

Dale Earnhardt Jr. National Guard NASCAR

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Over Dale Jr.'s impressive career in NASCAR, he wore his U.S. Army National Guard sponsorship with pride. "It was an honor", said Jr. His #88 National Guard Super Speedway Chevy Impala started in 2008 and concluded in 2014, a pivotal period of Jr.'s professional racing career.

After retiring in 2011 from Hendricks Motorsports, the #88 National Guard was acquired privately and later donated to The Veterans Trust (501c3), where it has since impacted the lives of hundreds of military, veterans, first responders and their loved ones during our Race Experiences nationwide.

In April 2018, #88 was officially endorsed and signed by Dale Jr. himself in benefit of The Veterans Trust: making this a true one of a kind race car and a centerpiece to any collector’s showroom.

UNDER THE HOOD

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. National Guard NASCAR

355cc | Small Block | V8

2011 Super Speedway Impala | NASCAR

National Guard #88 | 2007-2011

3.83 ratio Ford NASCAR 9” rear section

Signed by Dale Jr. in 2018

OUR IMPACT

The numbers speak for themselves

Race Tracks

12

Race Experiences

16

Rides

3100

OUR MISSION

Healing America’s Heroes Through American Muscle

We are accepting offers on this retired #88 National Guard NASCAR, signed by Dale Earnhardt Jr. himself. 100% of these funds will go to support our mission to ensure that more of America’s Heroes can enjoy from our life changing experiences and various other initiatives. We are a 501(c)3 and your offer is tax deductible.

Military | Veterans | First Responders | Families
Until Sep 11th, 2020

Starting Bid: $50K

For serious inquires or to make an offer:

The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to how they perceive how the veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their nation

George Washington1st U.S. President