Custom 30,2 metre-long boat that had previously belonged to the cult pilot NASCAR Dale EarnhardtSr. (Dale Earnhardt Sr.), can be yours for $4.2 million Speech about Sunday Money Hatteras built.
The driver did not enjoy access to it in the sea when the boat was already close to completion, he died in a crash at Daytona International Speedway. The tragedy occurred FEBRUARY 18, 2001 during the final lap of the race.
It is known that the 76-time winner of stages in the top division of NASCAR chose the layout and interior Sunday Money, like a floating mansion. Despite the fact that after the death of the Super yacht twice changed hands, much of it brought in directly eminent sportsmen preserved: a galley with a Peninsula, the finish is African walnut and marble carving Makor, engraved letter “D” is the first letter of the name of Earnhardt, laid on the floor a compass kartuska, a unique tool box with a latch in the engine compartment.
In case there is a question about who was the first winner of Sunday Money, on the nose flies the flag with the image number 3 — this number Dale has performed throughout his career, and in the stern placed the flag of the United States.
In 2012 the yacht, powered by a pair of engines manufactured by Detroit Diesel Corp., experienced a total refit.
Sunday Money is one of the few boats that belonged to Earnhardt. The first is 22.5-foot Hatteras 1989. Seven-time winner of the best in the competition Stoke-cars purchased with her hands and was converted into a fishing boat which is still in service. Interestingly, he also sold, but the second owner (at a price of $390 000). The second — to 15.2-meter The Intimidator (“Intimidator”) was intended for his beloved sport fishing. This vessel is still owned by the widow of the athlete Teresa Earnhardt (Teresa Earnhardt). By the way, “the Intimidator” — the most famous racing nickname of the Super.
Pashaly Baird (Baird Paschal), Manager customer service Hatteras Yachts, in an interview recalled that Earnhardt, having celebrity status has always remained down-to-earth person. According to Pascale, during one of his visits to the shipyard Hatteras Yachts multiple champion was given a t-shirt autographed by each of a minimum of 700 workers.
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