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Old 05-28-2024, 07:11 AM
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I’ve never had one of these in hand, but shouldn’t these have “hand-cut” notations on them?
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I’ve never had one of these in hand, but shouldn’t these have “hand-cut” notations on them?
The SI Kids cards don't.
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Not card related, but my son and I had a great weekend at Indy for his 1st 500. The race day crowd was massive and the tradition truly makes this race the 'greatest spectacle'. He had our tickets signed by Newgarden on Legends Day and I got my '92 Michael Andretti race worn helmet signed by Marco (it was already signed by Michael and Mario). Carb day was busy with the cars on track for 2 hours. We saw Ferrucci and Daly at dinner downtown on Saturday night, too. The racing collectibles show was cool, but we only bought a couple tickets to get signed.....nothing exciting card related, but those may have disappeared on the opening day (Thursday). Can't wait for next year!
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Neat autographed items, Matt. Glad you enjoyed Indy. The race looked phenomenal on television.

I had always wondered if there was much in the way of cards at the Indianapolis 500 collectibles show.
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I know zero about ticket stubs, but this 1965 Jim Clark caught my eye. Is the price insane?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/276322298027
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I know zero about ticket stubs, but this 1965 Jim Clark caught my eye. Is the price insane?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/276322298027
Yes, that price is insane, IMO. I realize that the ticket is graded, but Indy tickets after, say, World War II don't sell for a lot of money. You should be able to get a ticket from the 1965 race for well under $100. Indy tickets from the '60s usually sell in the $25-75 range.
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If it's on ebay, it's overpriced lol.
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Default t36 pickups...

I picked up these t36's of Oldfield, De Palma and Chevrolet this weekend at the Detroit show. They're all low grade, but I was happy to find them and it looks like any t36's graded 4 or higher are 'high grade' according to the PSA pop report.
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That Oldfield was quite a character.
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I picked up these t36's of Oldfield, De Palma and Chevrolet this weekend at the Detroit show. They're all low grade, but I was happy to find them and it looks like any t36's graded 4 or higher are 'high grade' according to the PSA pop report.
Great pickups, Matt. I am at 11/25 on a basic T36 driver set. They have really escalated in price over the past several years. I kick myself for not putting together a set when good/very good examples could be had for $25-30 each.
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That Oldfield was quite a character.
The first driver ever to break the magical mile a minute mark (60 miles per hour), Oldfield shattered the belief that the human body could not withstand such a speed. He also became the first driver synonymous with racing to the extent that the mere mention of his name meant speed.

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And, of course, Oldfield has a boxing connection with his 1910 match race against heavyweight champion Jack Johnson. That match race earned Oldfield a suspension from the AAA race sanctioning body for racing against a negro.

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Oldfield was a frequent visitor to the Jeffries Barn in Burbank CA for the fights. Here is a picture of a group of ringside celebrities with Oldfield:

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