It is no secret among NASCAR fans that Dale Earnhardt Jr. likes toys. So it comes as no surprise that he also likes to collect sports memorabilia.
Earnhardt’s “toy” collection includes “Whiskey River,” an actual old west town that he built in North Carolina so he and his friends would have somewhere “to drink beer and party.” He also built an elaborate tree house.
Now comes a peak inside his man cave, or as ESPN’s Marty Smith calls it, Junior’s “man building.”
Smith posted a video of the man cave. At first it looks like just a wall of track suits. But then Smith zooms in on the dozens of autographed college football helmets and you realize that these are elevated walls above the man cave. And there are a lot of helmets.
Smith only shows us the track suits, helmet collection, and trophies. But just seeing these provides a hint that the rest of the man cave is just as impressive.