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    Your Biggest Pull Ever & Favorite PC Card

    Havent seen this one up in a while so figured i would make one. Show your biggest pull ever. Along with that show your favorite PC card.

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    Biggest pull ever: 2007 Gridiron Gear Player Timeline Reggie Bush Patch/Auto #07/10 (Sorry, no pic anymore!)

    Favorite PC Card: 2006 Press Pass Legendary Legacy Desmond Howard Red Ink Auto #06/25


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    My Fav Pull-

    07 Frank Gore LRS Auto/Jersey (Best PC Card I've puled)


    Fav Card- 2000 Diamond Kings Jerry Rice 1/1




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    Not Football...but pulled a Bobby Labonte (NASCAR) Autographed Pit Sheet Metel (Multi-Color) (#9/18) and kept it in my PC for 3 months before I had an offer of $650 for it...so it's gone!

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    I pulled an Aundrae Allison Bowman Chrome Superfractor Auto. Was a pretty card, but sold it on the bay.

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    my 09 Matt Ryan Rookie Signature Patch is my biggest pull - sold it btw.

    Favorite PC card - Dan Marino Rookie - pulled it from a pack that I bought for 6 bucks in the early 90's (i think I was about 12 then) . . .still have it.
    Collecting Jared Spurgeon and 17-18 Young Guns.

    See what I have, want, and will trade --> Hidden Content

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    my biggest pull ever was from both basketball and hockey, but these are a tie I suppose:

    sold for $400 on ebay...02/10


    this one I sold for $450 on ebay...9/9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spencer2986 View Post
    Havent seen this one up in a while so figured i would make one. Show your biggest pull ever. Along with that show your favorite PC card.

    My biggest PULL !





    Traded it for this !



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