Remembering the Legacy of Dale Earnhardt

Diamond cutting and checkered flag inlay was done by Diamond Heads in Las VegasAmericas Hero shifting rod done by EckcraftThe #3 with a flame design and America's Hero engraving by Eckcraft

The show stopping wheels

cut by Chuck and Ron of

Rowe Machine

Rear fender - Dale and Jr. after finishing 1-2 in IROC

Bottom of front fender - Dale at 20 years old-nicknamed Ironhead by his Dad

Top of gas tank - Dale at Indy fulfilling a boyhood dream of winning at Indy

Front of tank - The race that took Dale's life, Kurt Busch slid his car into Dale so Dale gave him a yellow bumper salute!

Oil tank - Flying Aces' named after his crew that helped win 76 races and 7 championship races

Right side of gas tank

The inlayed LED lights by the team at Lambert Enterprises

Dale Earnhardt License Plate Holderand #3 brake and running lights by Bob Eck and the team at Eckcraft
Unveiling of the Dale Earnhardt Memorial bike at Rat's Hole, Daytona Beach Bike Week 2005

 The easyrider show where the bike took 3rd in the Pro Builders' class and was given a thumbs up by Billy Lane

In June 2005, the bike received the "Peoples' Choice" award at Rip's Bad Ride in Orange County, CA This show was a fundraiser for the Diabetes Society

Pre Mock - Up at Russ Wernimont's Shop

From left to right, "Big Rusty" (Illusion Choppers), Tracy (Twisted Metal Choppers) and Rod owner of Twisted Metal Choppers worked 48 hrs straight to do the finish assembly of the bike in order to get it ready for the Rat's Hole show

Bike being loaded prior to Rat's Hole show in Daytona

Body work by 
Barry White @ SRRC

Paint by 
PPG @ Huntington Beach Bodyworks


Dyno sheet  
485lbs torque

List of engine componets for 350 4 bolt block including Holly 750 carb and Nascar manifold

Built by McClure Racing in Dallas, Texas. February 5, 2002