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  • Kentucky point
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    Here they are. If you notice the Austin Dillon card, it is #19/25 ever made.


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    These are only a few that I have.

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  • Kentucky point
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    I collect NASCAR cards by a card company named Panini. They are awesome! Some have a piece of race used material i.e a tire, sheet metal, firesuit etc. They also have genuine autographs. They also do football, basket ball, football, baseball and others that I can't remember right now. I will post a pick of my best ones soon.

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  • Notarelichunter
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    Back in the early 90’s, the wife and I checked into a hotel in Gatlinburg, Tn. A car show and nascar autograph session was about to start. Everyone at the autograph session was really upset that Dale Earnhardt Sr. Was replaced with a new driver by the name of Jeff Gordon. I felt so foolish standing in line to have some kid I didn’t know sign his autograph for me. Glad i did as it started a new hobby for me.

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  • Tam
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    I never got into the card collecting but I was always at the sports events . My girlfriend was a Lakers girl ( cheerleader ) so I would be at all those games . Got some stories there ..
    Then my Dad’s neighbor was Ross Porter the Dodgers sports
    Commentator and he gave us club house seats all year . Steve Garvey ( 1st base then ) wife and I did charity events . Living in LA back then put you in some world class seats . Hockey you name it . I think the energy from a basketball game rivals them all . That’s just me always action .
    No team disputes here just who lived and worked there and I seized the moments knowing these would be memories forever .

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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.

  • Broken Arrow
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    Ahh, Dick Trickle, one of the greatest sports names of all time! Probably hard to get a date with a name like that

  • Broken Arrow
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    Love those cards! You turn them and it shows the player in motion, very cool

  • Broken Arrow
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    I did the same thing with football cards when I was a kid. Sent several cards off to different teams and a good amount of them came back signed. Bettis, Young, and several others. It was so cool! I don't know what happened to those cards. O thought they were in a safe place but turns out I they weren't.. Man, to be a kid again..

  • gregszybala
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    Might have been some really good keepers in that 50 or so cards.

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  • G10+
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    I was around 10 or 11 and there was a bunch of old cars behind my uncles house and I was plundering and found about 50 in a glove box of one of them , they were from late 40s / mid 50s ...Traded them shortly after I found them for 2 gallon jars full of marbles ...... ( probly a bad choice lol) .... After just a month or so I had shot marbles all over south Florida with that sling shot .... Wish I had them now 😢😢😢😢😢

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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

  • lukecreekwalker
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    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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  • OnewiththewilD
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    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.

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  • Hoss
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    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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  • OnewiththewilD
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    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.

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