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  • #16
    Sneaky I read a story about Dick Trickle that was great. Yea I can't imagine mom doing that to me and my brother. That would be brutal
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    • #17
      http://www.sbnation.com/longform/201...nascar-profile
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      • #18
        Very good read and I have never seen a NASCAR race
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        • #19
          Not Sports cards but have a small collection. Click image for larger version

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          • OnewiththewilD
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            i still cant find mine!!!

        • #20
          Now that you showed those...I remember having a couple...probably from my older brother
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          • #21
            Okay I guess I am the old guy here. Same sad story. I had a baseball card collection in the late 50's that got thrown away while I was at college. My son and I collected in the early 90's. He had around 40,000 (guess who bought them) and I had about 1200. I specialised in older ones and over 75 different Nolan Ryan's. Traded my whole collection for one awesome arrowhead but that is another story. Once in the late 90's I bought a large binder of cards at a garage sale. They were '53 to '57.......Bowman and Topps! Made lots of cash out of that 10 dollar investment.
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            • #22
              I have two Tony Stewart Die Cast still in original box when he was running Homdepot cars.
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              • #23
                Wow Ray I can't imagine finding a binder like that for 10 bucks. I knew there had to he some collectors in here. My brother has a nice Nolan Ryan auto and a Roberto Clemente 8x10 auto as well.
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                • #24
                  It was an amazing find. Lots of '53 Bowman. They were really neat. At that time there was a bunch of 100 plus dollar cards in there. The guy right before for me picked out 6 cards and left the rest. He bought the Mickey Mantles and the Yogi Berras.
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                  • lukecreekwalker
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                    Ray I looked up some of those 53 bowmans. Wow those are some beautiful cards. Lucky you. I've never been yardsalin' but I hope the first one I go to has a case of Clovis points....real ones I might add. I might pull a American pickers and call you all up and send pics...haha that'll be the day

                • #25
                  When I was a kid my cards were used on my bike spokes with a clothes pin. LOL
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                  • #26
                    We also would lean them against a brick wall stand back and throw cards at the leaning ones. what ever fell you kept.
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                    • #27
                      i was really into the card game Magic the gathering when i was younger ( and still secretly am, i just dont play anymore) its also a collectable card game and some go for some crazy amounts of money! http://www.quicktoptens.com/top-tens...athering-cards me and my cousin both had huge collections and i still have 6 boxes full of them,lol.
                      call me Jay, i live in R.I.

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                      • Broken Arrow
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                        Meeee toooo!!! Suicide black, green overrun, reanimators for the 3rd turn win..not the same these days though.

                    • #28
                      Originally posted by OnewiththewilD View Post
                      i was really into the card game Magic the gathering when i was younger ( and still secretly am, i just dont play anymore) its also a collectable card game and some go for some crazy amounts of money! http://www.quicktoptens.com/top-tens...athering-cards me and my cousin both had huge collections and i still have 6 boxes full of them,lol.
                      Wow I have seen these someplace before. Maybe in my basement. I have to start digging out those old boxes again
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                      • #29
                        my cousin at one point had almost all the Moxes depicted in the link, and of course they werent worth anything close to what they are now back then, lol. i still have a few cards that are in the 80.00 range. and my roommates still collect and play too....yeah were all nerds around here,lol.
                        call me Jay, i live in R.I.

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                        • #30
                          Jay one of my buddies drives to tournaments in Columbus Ohio. Watching him prepare is a serious deal haha. Him and his brother are ranked in WV. I remember once on our lunch break some guy met him to give him some cards for his event. I asked him how much those were worth and it was somewhere around $500. Insane
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