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Old 02-23-2004, 01:26 PM
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for those of you who collect

whats the most valuble collectable you own. i have a 69mach 1with the john force dressing. first of its 1 of 1042(his wins of the date) it is sighned by him and to make it even better it is #2 out of 1042. i heard from someone that it is worth over 2 grand what do you think

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Old 02-23-2004, 01:32 PM
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My girlfriend, Jennifer.


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Old 02-23-2004, 02:00 PM
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sounds like its worth somthing. hold on to her
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Old 02-23-2004, 02:16 PM
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i collect alot of stuff, but my most valuable are 2 x-men comics valued over $100 american each. that may not be much but 98% of my books are about $5-$15. so at least i have something to show for 15 years of buying them.
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Do Xbox games count? DVD's? CD? I have a lot invested in that stuff....

How about guns? My .44 mag stainless Redhawk with 7"bbl is worth a few bucks....

Motorcycle.... '65 Poncho.....

Honestly, my biggest collectible is kitchen knives (years as a chef) - I have a few that are over $100 each. Probably $2K total.
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I collect ugly women, they're not worth much, but they're easy to get.lol mike
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yoooo goose...I'mwith you there......My grandmother got me into collecting comic books. I did the X-men along with about 8 other Marvel titles. I guess my best ones would be the Spider Man issues when the Hobgobblin showed up!!!!
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actually someone here gave me a link to a cool comic forum which i joined, Sandflea. not as fun as being here but useful information just the same. it's amazing how car guys can help out a fellow man. if you want the link just PM me.
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I would have to say its my wife ,
I've had her around for 18 years
She's old enough to be considered as an "antique"
But is more on the line of a "Classic"
Would possibly consider trade for an earlier model

PS - Only kidding about the "antique"

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Old 02-23-2004, 08:11 PM
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OK, I'm a geek....

Star Trek - The Motion Picture hardbound. #62 of 500 signed and numbered by Gene Roddenberry. No eyetracks. About $2-300.
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Old 02-24-2004, 01:17 PM
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no one has topped me yet mine is worth over 2 grand
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no offence intended

You are talking about toys arn't you? I collect pro-street cars, my 53 chevy, 64 Chevelle and 65 chevelle and my 37 Dodge business coupe hot rod last but not least. I forgot my wife gave me a 69 GTO clone. She now refers to all the cars as my collectables.


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one of my most prized materiel items is an 1887 colt first gen. p model, U.S. Calvary stamped, #DFC64XXX, David F. Clark insp.
ivory grips, special ordered 1851 back strap, excellent condition.
with factory letter.
valued at around $45,000.00
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