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VIDEO: Go inside NASCAR legend’s multimillion-dollar estate

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HAMPTONVILLE, N.C. (WGHP) – NASCAR legend Junior Johnson is auctioning off his multimillion dollar, 150-acre estate in North Carolina.

WGHP-TV Photojournalist Stewart Pittman got a personal tour of Johnson’s  Hamptonville mansion, which is near the line between Yadkin and Wilkes counties.

Johnson, who has never lived far from the Wilkes County community of Ronda where he was born 81 years ago, is selling the estate and moving to a luxury apartment in downtown Charlotte in an effort to downsize.

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