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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=49394
Submitted by: DiRF
Comments: 13  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 02-03-2006
View Stats Category: Vehicle Misc
Photoshop of: 49355
Description:
Here's the rest of my main bookcase/display case...

KW: more of DiRF's NASCAR diecasts


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#1
2-03-2006 @ 01:08:01 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
2nd row from the top has my row of Wood Bros. cars (from 1963-2004), and my row of Richard Petty cars (from 1959-1992), my row of 1/43 "vintage" NASCAR diecasts...mainly stuff from the '50s and '60s... Quartzo, Racing Champions, Team Caliber, Legends of Racing, and my 1949 Red Byron Oldsmobile 1/24 diecast.

Top row has my non-NASCAR diecasts... various 1/32 New Ray diecasts, my two 1/43 Russian Limosines, a few 1/24 diecasts (including a 288 GTO :D ), two Back to the Future DeLoreans...

On TOP of the bookcase are my Road Champs police cars, FHP, Indian Harbour Police (neighboring town) and Satellite Beach Police. A Fiat 500, three "fake" beer cans that were actually the packaging for some of my 1/64 NASCAR diecasts, and my excellent Transformers Alternators.


#2
2-03-2006 @ 03:41:50 PM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
dude, you have an amazing collection. Holy jebus. Your stuff is orgazinized too, whereas my stuff is kinda in places around the house. Nice collection. :-)

#3
2-03-2006 @ 03:47:48 PM
Posted By : Altima35se2003 Reply | Edit | Del
want a free can of billy beer?

#4
2-03-2006 @ 03:55:14 PM
Posted By : Muntz05 Reply | Edit | Del
#3, Billy Beer? I was watchin aniques roadshow and they were talkin about old beer cans... that's cool

#5
2-03-2006 @ 04:00:05 PM
Posted By : Adambomb Reply | Edit | Del
#4, I saw a website where someone actually drank an old can of Billy Beer..... then proceeded to puke on the ground.

#6
2-03-2006 @ 04:01:54 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#3, My dad has about 15 empty cans of Billy Beer... he has quite a vintage beercan collection.

#7
2-03-2006 @ 04:08:09 PM
Posted By : Muntz05 Reply | Edit | Del
#6, keep ahold of em, you wouldn't believe how much you could get out of em. for 15 cans I'm guession you have at least $1500

#8
2-03-2006 @ 04:16:52 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#7, EMPTY cans? Worth that much. Yyyyyeah right.

Anywho, they're my dad's, not mine. They're in Pennsylvania, and I haven't talked to my dad since February 2003. I really can't do anything about the beercan situation.


#9
2-03-2006 @ 04:19:11 PM
Posted By : Muntz05 Reply | Edit | Del
#8, No... empty cans. A guy had EMPTY cans on antiques roadshow and said that they're worth the same whether they are full or not. As long as they are in good shape, no dents or anything... a guy had a few worth $175 apiece

#10
2-03-2006 @ 04:20:29 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
Well, my dad's vintage beer can collection are all in mint condition, albeit, empty. He has a whole bunch of brand I've never heard of...like Robin Hood Ale, and some lager that had a REALLY long name, and had the "beauty of the year" or something that was this fat woman... very weird.

#11
2-03-2006 @ 04:21:16 PM
Posted By : Muntz05 Reply | Edit | Del
#10, Old cans from like the 50s and 60s?

#12
2-03-2006 @ 04:40:31 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#11, '70s.

#13
2-03-2006 @ 04:42:48 PM
Posted By : Muntz05 Reply | Edit | Del
#12, Ah... then not so sure they're worth all that much... but ya never know. The ones on antiques roadshow were from the era when beer cans were a whole new thing... people were so used to bottles

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