Kenny Wallace is in the spotlight this week, as we look at a race-worn driver suit circa 1999-2000, which he has boldly autographed across the front.Read More Introduction to Sports Memorabilia-Kenny Wallace 1999-2000 Race-Worn Driver Suit
By David G. Firestone Last week, I ranked the Ford teams based on their paint schemes, and this week I will do the Chevy teams and next week I’ll rank the Toyota teams, so without further ado all the Chevy teams ranked from best to worst: #1 Hendrick Motorsports #48 Jimmie Johnson went with a […]Read More Paint Scheme Leaderboard Part 2- Chevy
By David G. Firestone I started ranking all the teams last week, with the Paint Schemie Awards, and I figured I would continue this week with the Paint Scheme Leaderboard. The concept is that over the next 4 weeks, I will rank all the drivers by team. The rules are the same as the Paint […]Read More Paint Scheme Leaderboard Part 1-Ford
By David G. Firestone For the end of the 2013 Season, I will reveal the best and worst paint schemes and driver suits of 2013. This was done using a focus group of one, namely myself, and uses the following standards: Color Scheme:How the colors look, and how they work with each other. Overall Design:How […]Read More Ladies and Gentlemen: The Paint Schemie Awards!
By David G. Firestone I discuss the various aspects of race-worn and race used collectibles on this blog, and in researching something, I had received a suggestion that sounded like a great idea. The idea that was posed was “You may want to mention where people can actually buy these suits as well.” So I […]Read More The First Question…Where Do You Buy This Stuff?
By David G. FirestoneVideo matching is another way to authenticate a driver suit, though it is somewhat more complex than simple photo-matching. Whereas a photo stands still, video is in motion, and this method of authentication is more complex and can sometimes be problematic. I will give you the steps to make this happen. First […]Read More Video-Matching, and The Challenges It has