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great pieces there, bill. i do have a question for you though, where did you buy them? i have checked over ebay and sometimes you cant just tell if someone just spraypainted some metal and call it Stewarts or whoevers. did you get them from a track or from a store? let me know
 

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Awsome looking stuff there! I wouldn't mind getting some sheetmetal pieces myself!
 

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I know that the Racing Hall of Fame in Moorseville has some sheetmetal in there for sale and some used lugnuts, mainly from Penske cars.
 

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That's pretty cool stuff. My dad has a Corvettes one lol. In the garage we have a full size rear bumper. Chevrolet has some program where damaged one's and whatnot that fail inspection are up for sale to collectors so my dad bought a black one to go with the car. I've seen pieces on ebay to but like Joker, I'm skeptical to their authenticity unless it's being sold for a foundation like the Jimmie Johnson Foundation. Shipping on those things on ebay are expensive as hell since it needs to be shipped via freight so you're looking at lke $50-90 to ship it. That's pretty cool you got it for free.
 

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that's great items. would be neat to collect. but i've no whee to even consider it. items like that take space. which i lack. nice you do. that is some neat memorabilia.
 

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Nice looking items Billfan. If I had room I might pick up a few Sheetmetal items myself. Maybe in the future.
 
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