GM Goodwrench was Dale Earnhardt Sr's main sponsor when he drove for Richard Childress Racing. Dale Sr. also had Wrangler Jeans as a sponsor with Rod Osterlund and early on with Richard Childress. He had several other sponsors early in his career.
No. Wranglers are rear-wheel drive. They all came stock with 4-wheel drive though. The rear is not posi traction. One tire can spin while the other seems to stay still.
Jeep Wrangler only,
Any Wrangler wheel will fit, the bolt pattern has not changed
The National Guard and Diet Mountain Dew are Dale Jr's primary sponsors for his #88 car. Several other sponsors include AMP Energy, Hellmann's, TaxSlayer.com, Go Daddy, Nationwide Insurance, Degree for Men and Wrangler.
Al YJ's are compatible, 89-95
As long as you have clear title can sell to anyone. Whether they can drive it or not or what they do after is on them.
Pretty much any other Wrangler, some fords, older Cherokee's It is 5x113cm, very common.
Any Cherokee, YJ or TJ model wrangler will work
He has as good a chance as the other drivers do.
In 1980 Wrangler sponsored the Wrangler Jeans Bullfighting Tour. Rodney Smets has won more Bullfighting Championships than any other bullfighter with a total of five.
If you take off the spring in the front and move the pin the other way (then put spring back to lock it there)...it should become direct drive