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    how would you spend it?

    hey guys i am currently debating on how i should spend my money. i have 50-60 to spend, and i collect palmer, and i dont know whether to pick up a decent rc auto of him or buy a bunch of lesser expensive stars autos on ebay like reggie wayne, andre johnson, maybe even a marvin harrison or mcnabb auto. people in that price range. or even buy a tomlinson auto or something. but since i already have a tomlinson, i dont want another one. im trying to get at least one auto of every major star in the nfl. who should i go after?

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelbennett_12
    hey guys i am currently debating on how i should spend my money. i have 50-60 to spend, and i collect palmer, and i dont know whether to pick up a decent rc auto of him or buy a bunch of lesser expensive stars autos on ebay like reggie wayne, andre johnson, maybe even a marvin harrison or mcnabb auto. people in that price range. or even buy a tomlinson auto or something. but since i already have a tomlinson, i dont want another one. im trying to get at least one auto of every major star in the nfl. who should i go after?
    I will sell you those 2 cards you want for 35 dlvd the mcnabb BV 60 the wayne BV 25

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    hey man i will definitely do that. i would have to wait to send the money tommorow (if i get paypal) because that is when my auction on ebay ends and more than likely i will over 50-60 now, because my card on there is up to 33 already. im ognna go look at the scans of your cards on ebay right now.

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    someone beat you to it on the mcnabb sorry...

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    I know a guy who has the same mcnabb so if you are interested ill see if he will part with it

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