"Sims is great. I ran into him at a restaurant in Auburn, Ala., of all places and he was really cool. I was the only one in the place who realized who he was and was very low-key about getting his signature. I got to sit at the table and talk with…"
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"Good deal! I usually don't buy stuff if I'm not sure about it, but since I was able to snag it for less than $25, I thought it was worth it just to have a cool-looking Sadler car. Thanks for the help, Brandon, and I look forward to more of…"
"Enjoy your signature studies, Brandon. I started following your blog on GMB. Most of my autographs were obtained in person, but this is one I picked up on GMB several years back. At that time, it was listed as 'not verified.' What are your…"
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Started out collecting autographs of baseball players as a kid. I quit collecting for a few years after graduating from college, but I've recently started collecting again. Currently, my main focus is NASCAR-related autographs.
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What is your favorite autograph in your collection?
2003 Kevin Harvick Brickyard raced version diecast.
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Because stuff looks cooler when it's signed, especially if it is something of historical value.
You can ask anyone living or dead for their autograph. Who would it be?
No one - because I've been lucky enough to get the ones I wanted the most.
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