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RSS Motorsports: Wallhaulers let you hang NASCAR door art on your wall

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It's a well-known fact NASCAR fans will buy anything with their favorite driver's number on it. NASCAR nuts can buy driver-themed replica car hoods, used tires guaranteed to have been around a track somewhere, and even a Carl Edwards slow cooker. So hearing that Wallhaulers is selling replica NASCAR racecar doors shouldn't be that big of a shock.

Despite what you might think of the rampant marketing around America's favorite racing series, these tribute doors are at least done well. Wallhaulers starts with .040" gauge aluminum and uses the very same process actual NASCAR teams use to apply the vinyl graphics.

And at $250, the replica doors are not only cheaper, but probably prettier, too. An actual door from Jeff Gordon's Martinsville race will run you $600.

Even better, a portion of each Wallhaulers purchase goes to the driver's favorite charity.

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