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PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2020 1:26 am    Post subject: opinion on the collectability of an item Reply with quote

last weekend i went to the USAC Silver Crown race (miraculously re-scheduled from August) in Springfield, IL. Kyle Larson won (big surprise there) and it was significant for the reason that Larson has now won on all 3 dirt miles on the schedule... he joined some pretty elite company with that win... Foyt, Andretti, Al Unser, Hewitt... and the promoter actually printed tickets for it. i have ticket albums that i save stubs in, they go 20+ years back, and i have the wife's stub. the seat location (section, row, seat number) hand-written on it.

was wondering if anyone else would see this as being collectible, to the point that i should try and sell it on ebay? not sure if the handwriting on it would devalue it or not...

opinions?
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sentsat71



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Location: Fenton, IA

PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2020 10:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I guess it would depend on who might want it and what they might be willing to pay for it....

I just sold 6 1/64th non wing sprint cars for $100....
AND they were not listed for sale anywhere, I just posted pics of them on a F/B site showing what I had for SCRA sprint cars (SoCal),,,,and a party offered that much for them. Couldn't turn that down.,,
AND they were not in packaging!
$91 is profit, as the shipping was around $9.....
The person who bought them has a closer connection to them than she and her late husband were involved with SCRA and CRA prior to that....
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