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Started by tschultz77. Last reply by tim hendrickson Oct 12. 8 Replies

Any thoughts on if these are real. Came from Pocono or Dover. Thanks in advance

Autographed Nascar Trading Cards

Started by Jeff O Sep 30. 0 Replies

Not sure if this is where I should post this or not, but I do have a lot of autographed Nascar trading cards that were obtained in person at Michigan Speedway in the early to mid-90's. I'm open to…Continue

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Autograph of Ayrton Senna. What do you think. It's real?

Started by ABlackmore Sep 1. 0 Replies

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Bill Elliott autograph real/fake?

Started by Herman P Jones. Last reply by Brandon Mysinger Jul 2. 1 Reply

Brandon would appreciate your opinion when able Sir, opinion needed on the Bill Elliott autographs I received.Continue

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Comment by Jim Bolden Sr on November 14, 2009 at 3:10pm
I sent ya links to this but I'll share it here too...

Ok we will try the next prized Autograph from my collection.
Well actually got it for my Son in 2007 off ebay.

I went all out on this one with questions and the works.
Got all sortsa documentation......did I do ok or is this fake?

Actual auction from then photo

Comment by Jim Bolden Sr on November 14, 2009 at 5:55am
Well I tell ya I was pretty upset after the Glen!
First time and probably the last time in my life I had a chance to meet Richard Petty in person.
Well I took this RCCA Elite 1979 Daytona 500 Winner to get signed

When it came time for Him to leave after His Q&A session.....evryone converged for a autograph. He looked at my car 3x and passed it over!!
I was REALLY upset......couldn't believe it. Even the Guy in front of me that was a lil taller tried. Richard wouldn't touch it.
We kinda figured that He saw it was a top dollar car and wouldn't sign it cuz I mighta been ebay hunting.
That was THE race that really got me into NASCAR (1975 Daytona 500).
Really disappointing......still feel like crap about it.
Comment by michael bartow on November 11, 2009 at 3:38pm
Funny how everybody talks about how either Jimmy or Tony signs. Well I have tried and NEVER have gotten Jimmy to sign for me. Don't ask me why but I tried back in 07 down at speedweeks never got it even though he was signing other things for people. At Pocono in 08 he didn't sign down near autograph alley all he did was wave to the fans and kept walking. Hell he didn't even sign after his appearence on Trackside live at dover last yr. What even the better kicker is that I used to work for Lowe's.Atleast with Tony I had gotten a scribble on a hero card for a friend who is a BIG fan of his at Pocono last yr. For a moment I thought the heavens would open up and we would have a Hurricane. I told her that is the best I could do for her and she thanked us. I can atleast say Chad did sign Jimmy's car for me.
Comment by Dustin White on November 10, 2009 at 11:54am
Anyone else here plan to make the trip to Charlotte in May for the Hall of Fame Induction? I am looking for some tips and pointers about Charlotte. I have only been there once.
Comment by Brandon Mysinger on November 9, 2009 at 8:46pm
Yea, stewart has gotten better this year than he has been. There were a few years where he was truly Anti-autographs in the pits.
Comment by Dustin White on November 9, 2009 at 6:22pm
I can believe that they both sign a lot each weekend. I have had much more luck with JJ than Tony. I haven't tried either one in the last three years due to not being in the pit area, but JJ came into the Cup series with Sharpies Blazing!
Comment by Brandon Mysinger on November 9, 2009 at 3:40pm
Here is the truth of the matter. Both drivers sign a TON each week-end. Johnson is a TRUE ambasador of the sport and I have seen him week after week in the garage area taking time to sign every time that he can.

Tony signs a lot at official appearances and also some in the pits when he is walking about. If he is near the car, FORGET IT!! He will likely tell you off about him needing to work.

Tony may be more Popular but JJ is truly an autograph KING! He also does some LOWE'S appearances in the stores or at the trackside tents ( Not hospitality ). I have met each man HUNDREDS of times and I enjoy them both. they are just both different as night and day when it comes to signing autographs.
Comment by Roy Wilmoth on November 9, 2009 at 3:00pm
I think Tony Stewart is tougher. I sent and got Jimmie's in a couple of weeks . I have sent for Tony's and got it returned saying he was to busy to sign.
Comment by TOM AITKEN on November 9, 2009 at 2:55pm
I think Jimmie Johnson is tougher because Tony does signings at Office Depot and Jimmie does very few signings.
Comment by Dustin White on November 9, 2009 at 2:24pm
Just a quick thought...
Who is the tougher autograph to get - Jimmie Johnson or Tony Stewart?
I mean for the "normal" race that doesn't have an infield pass or pit pass.

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