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Dale Earnhardt's Yacht is For Sale and it Has an Incredible Country Music Connection

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Over 18 years ago, NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt commissioned a 100-foot yacht. Earnhardt personally designed the luxury watercraft, deemed Sunday Money, but sadly never got to enjoy it. The racing icon died on February 18, 2001 in a final-lap collision in the Daytona 500.

Today the yacht is up for sale for $4.2 million and features five bedrooms, a full-service bar and more.

Watch the video below for an inside look at the yacht.

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As if the yacht wasn't already impressive enough, the watercraft was actually named for a song Earnhardt penned with country duo Brooks and Dunn. "Sunday Money" was originally recorded for the Dale Earnhardt Winston Cup Collection, a 1995 compilation album that also included Alan Jackson, Diamond Rio, Radney Roster and more.

A rare version of the song includes an extra verse that gives an inside look at Earnhardt's life off the race track.

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Dale Earnhardt's Yacht is For Sale and it Has an Incredible Country Music Connection