Thursday, December 8, 2011



Story says that DALE EARNHARDT Sr. hated this car . I think
it was really cool! Eddy.

The GM Goodwrench April 2002 Racing report
featuring the N.3 Peter Max Monte Carlo
Driven by Dale Earnhardt Sr, he quoted:
"This is by far the most unique paint scheme we've done to date"
This magazine is a very rare find, and I cherish it so much.

If you want a PDF with this report, send me an email

In a complete departure from his stabdard black paint scheme, Dale Earnhardt raced this colorful N.3 car in the Winston on May 29, 2000. PETER MAX create the artwork of one of the most memorable cars depicted here in  a 1:24 replica RCCA Goodwrench/Peter Max 2000 Chevrolet Club Car. It earned a top three spot in the all-star event. 
These are two versions of the bigger scale, one more simple and non functional, the other more detailed with functional trunk and hood.
Find next to this, an image of the miniature cars scale.

New addition, Jan 2011

Unique Dale Earnhardt PETER MAX car wall clock

Beautiful and very unique poster of the N.3 NASCAR
signed by MAX in 2001


NASCAR retro gas pump 2000
one item of 2400 produced and extremely rare

Winner Circle - Sam Bass 1:43 scale
Includes a Dale Earnhardt card

Smaller 1:64 scale in three versions, one with a visible chasis, a MAX painted
hood,and a plain version with a playing card included

NASCAR TIN CAN 2000 Earnhardt N.3 cars,
artwork by PM

PETER MAX Nascar N.3 Caps in two different designs

The NASCAR mini N.3 vehicle rig

The NASCAR Pit Wagon, with gorgeous panels of PM artwork.
I would never use it, but it's also a Piggy Bank. Very few were made.

A deluxe version of the 1:24 N.3 Dale Earnhardt car 2001
NASCAR racing... yeeehaw!!!

One of the most expensive versions of the 1:24 scale car:
The ELITE box.

The NASCAR N.3 Ceramic mug, not easy to find

 MINIATURE CAR adhesive decals year 2000

Not a NASCAR item, but related to USA car races
This is the INDY 500 year 2003 race program.
This car is made of wood, measures aprox 4 feet long and it's located
on one of the entrance walls of the Max Sudio in New York.


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