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David Gilliland $4.9 million estate up for grabs

David Gilliland (L), driver of the #38 Long John Silver's Ford, talks to Landon Cassill, driver of the #40 Carsforsale.com Chevrolet,.
David Gilliland (L), driver of the #38 Long John Silver's Ford, talks to Landon Cassill, driver of the #40 Carsforsale.com Chevrolet,.
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You may never get the chance to sit in the driver’s seat of a racecar driven by David Gilliand, but if you have a $4.9 million to spare, you might just get the chance to not only sit in his Moorehead, NC estate, but walk away with the keys to his “kingdom,” according to Carolina Multiple Listing Service. Originally built in 1810 (but extensively updated and customized since then), the 5,000 square –foot four bedroom house was previously owned by Michael Waltrip.
Additional amenities include an exercise room, game room, interior racquetball/basketball court (plus an outside hoops court), an outdoor fire pit and a wine cave, as well as an attached garage with office space, and two large garage shops, three stall barn, two-bedroom guest house, nine hole-golf course, three stocked fishing ponds and a helipad all sitting on 66 acres along Lake Norman.

David Gilliland he his racing career working on his father Butch Gilliland's Winston West Series (now K&N Pro Series West) team in 1993. Six years later he Gilliland won the track championship at Perris Auto Speedway before beginning a (limited) season in the NASCAR AutoZone West Series in 2000. In 2003, Gilliland won five races in the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southwest Series in the #11 Centrifugal Technologies Chevrolet. He finished the season with five top-fives and eight top-tens and a 6th place finish in points.

The following year, Gilliland ran in the NASCAR AutoZone Elite Division, Southwest Series in the No. 88 Chevrolet for MRG Motorsports and all non-conflicting NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series (now AutoZone West) races, winning his first AutoZone West win at Mesa Marin Raceway, and finishing out the season with two victorites in the AutoZone Elite Division, Southwest Series and was named NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series Rookie-of-the-Year. Gilliland currently drives the No. 38 Ford Fusion for Front Row Motorsports in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

Additional amenities include an exercise room, game room, interior racquetball/basketball court (plus an outside hoops court), an outdoor fire pit and a wine cave, as well as an attached garage with office space, and two large garage shops, three stall barn, two-bedroom guest house, nine hole-golf course, three stocked fishing ponds and a helipad all sitting on 66 acres along Lake Norman.