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50th celebration - rusty wallace50TH Celebration – Rusty Wallace

Rusty Wallace celebrated his 50th Winston Cup victory piloting the Miller Lite Ford in the Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway, March 26, 2000. Rusty became the first driver of the new millennium and only the 10th driver in NASCAR history to achieve this career milestone.
A master of the short tracks of his Midwest racing roots, Rusty was Rookie of the Year in 1984 and Winston Cup Champion in 1989. His first Winston Cup victory came at Bristol Motor Speedway on April 6, 1986, in the Alugard Pontiac.
Determination, involvement, persistence, and commitment have driven Rusty to victory lane in racing and business ventures. The consummate racer, Rusty’s spirit, talent, knowledge, and intensely competitive nature earned him a place among NASCAR’s elite.

• 500 limited-edition lithographs, 26” x 20” - $175.00*
• 50 artist proofs, 26” x 20” - $225.00
• Open edition,  15” x 11” - $10.00
*20 remain in inventory, signed by Rusty

House That Lee BuiltHouse That Lee Built

Nascar racing has been called “a family sport.” The Petty family has touched our hearts in more ways than they will ever know. They have changed more lives than they will ever know. They are loved by more people than they will ever know.

Lee Petty built a foundatoin for his family. He and his family built a foundation for NASCAR racing. Adam was the future and forever will be the shining star we will all find when we look to the heavens and remember that smile.

This lithograph is presented as a tribute to this “House That Lee Built.” The original oil painting was commissioned by Bristol Motor Speedway for the cover of their souvenir program in 1999. After Adam’s tragic death, the painting and lithographs became a tritube to his young and all-too-short life.  

There were 1,000 lithographs published; 300 signed by Richard and Kyle, all signed and numbered by the artist.

• 1,000 limited-edition lithographs, 26 1/2” X 20”, hand-signed and numbered by artist
• 100 hand-signed by Richard and Kyle Petty - $350.00
• 100 artist proofs, 26 1/2” x 20”, hand-signed and numbered by the artist - $450.00

City Of RosesCity Of Roses

The #52 City of Roses Oldsmobile was fielded by Hershel McGriff in the first Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway on Sept. 4, 1950. This entry was one of 75 cars in the lineup, starting 44th and finishing ninth. Early in McGriff’s career that has spanned 40-plus years, the painting of this car illustrates most significantly what an impact the first superspeedway race had on the future of stock car racing in the United States.
Long the dream of Darlington resident Harold Brasington, the realization of it was more than even he could have anticipated. Still a challenge for Winston Cup participants each May, the first race drew 25,000 fans. Bleacher seats sold out quickly, and tickets were sold for infield space. There were traffic jams coming to and leaving the track.

Johnny Mantz won the first race, with an average speed of 76 mph and no tire changes. The paved surface was a success, the racing was exciting, even though the speeds were considerably less than those attained today. Harold Brasington put a lot of hard work and himself into the Darlington Raceway, and he succeeded at building a track that competitors must race while racing each other. In the end, Brasington won over the skeptics and is responsible for taking a risk that paid off in stimulating interest in stock car racing that has taken it beyond all expectations.

• 250 Limited Edition Lithographs, 20” x 16”, hand-signed by the artist and by Hershel McGriff - $200.00
• 25 Artist Proofs, 20” x 16”, signed by the artist - $250.00

Owner’s DriverOwner’s Driver

Darrell Waltrip is NASCAR’s treasure. A true gentleman, an excellent ambassador for the sport, Waltrip is also the ideal family man, someone who can be a role model for any of our nation’s youth. DW, which is what most loving fans and friends call him, won three Winston Cup Championships, 1981, 1982, and 1985, with a total of 84 wins to his credit. In 1998, he shared an honor as NASCAR Winston Cup Illustrated’s “Person of the Year.” DW humbly accepted the honor, saying, “At least I had an era.”

In 1972 when he broke into Winston Cup, it was thought he would not have a ‘moment’ - let alone an era! This edition was published in 1994 from an oil painting now hanging in the home office of Western Auto.

• 583 limited-edition lithographs, 26”x20”, all hand-signed and numbered by the artist - SOLD OUT
• 58 artist proofs, 26”x 20”, hand-signed and numbered by the artist - SOLD OUT
• 50 POSTERS, 26” x 20”, hand-signed by the artist - $25.00

david pearsonDavid Pearson; Driver Of The Century

This legend of a man was recognized as such in 1999, when named “Driver of The Century” by a Sports Illustrated special panel of judges. The original graphite rendering was presented to Pearson in recognition of his remarkable achievements. All 500 in the edition were hand-signed by Pearson.
• 500 limited-edition lithographs, 20” x 18”, hand-signed and numbered by the artist and signed by Pearson - $125.00
• 50 artist proofs, 20” x 28”, hand-signed and numbered by the artist - $150.00

Heritage Collection…David PearsonHeritage Collection - David Pearson

David Pearson and Leonard Wood, of the famed Wood Brothers team, strategize as they lean on the famed #21 Purolator Mercury. There is a glimpse of the famous Darlington Raceway front stretch wall in the background. This was Pearson’s baby – his best territory! He could drive this track eyes closed - and NO hands! Pearson’s biggest fans will tell you the 1970’s were his best and their most memorable years!
• 200 limited-edition lithographs, 24” x 18”, hand-signed and numbered by the artist and by Pearson - $150.00
• 20 artist proofs, 24” x 18”, hand-signed and numbered by the artist - $175.00

2006 Raybestos® Rookie Of The Year – Denny Hamlin2006 Raybestos® Rookie Of The Year – Denny Hamlin

The original oil painting, commissioned by Raybestos, was presented to Denny in December 2006 in New York City on the stage of the Waldorf Astoria, during the NASCAR Awards Banquet
Denny Hamlin’s talent in a race car has long been evident on the short tracks of Virginia and the two Carolinas. But it took a call from Joe Gibbs Racing to elevate the young driver from local star to the top of the sport.
Three years ago, Denny Hamlin was a virtually unknown late-model racer tearing up the short tracks across the Southeast. Now the Chesterfield, Va., native is one of the hottest commodities in NASCAR, winning the NASCAR Nextel Cup Rookie of the Year.

• 300 limited-edition lithographs, 18” x 24”, hand-signed and numbered by the artist - $125.00
• 30 artist proofs, 18” x 24”, hand-signed and numbered by the artist - $130.00

Wisconsin WarriorWisconsin Warrior

Reproduced from an original oil painting, depicting the Winston Cup driver, Dick Trickle, who emerged from the short tracks of Wisconsin and the Midwest with more than 1,200 wins to his credit. This popular racing legend earned the respect of fans and fellow drivers for his knowledge, driving ability, impressive win record, competitive spirit, and good nature.
• 500 limited-edition lithographs, 20” x 16”, hand-signed and numbered by the artist - $75.00
• 50 artist proofs, 20” x 16”, hand-signed by the artist - $105.00

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