Cheap Wax Wednesday Box Breaks: 1995 Classic Pro Line Football Series II
I am going to be honest, I didn’t really know what to expect from 1995 Classic Pro Line Football. I saw it online and ordered it without doing much research. Hopefully you agree with me by the end, but this product turned out to be a fun break.
1995 Classic Pro Line Series II Football Box Break
Cards per pack: 6
Packs per box: 18
Price paid: $25
Pack 1 highlights:
Deion Sanders, Andre Rison, Steve Bono $1 Phone Card (1 in every 1.36 packs) & Barry Sanders Precision Cut (1:45 packs). Started this box off with a gem (see what I did there?)! Precision Cut is a great looking insert!
Jeff George, Jerry Rice & Kyle Brady $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs)
Junior Seau, Troy Aikman, Vinny Testaverde & Eric Metcalf $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs)
Andre Reed, Trent Dilfer, Steve McNair & Steve Beuerlein $2 Phone Card (1:6 packs)
Ben Coates, Marcus Allen, Drew Bledsoe $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs) & Napoleon Kaufman Printer’s Proof /725 (1:18 packs)
Drew Bledsoe & J.J. Stokes $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs)
Jerome Bettis, Garrison Hearst, Joey Galloway & Ben Coates $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs)
Barry Sanders, Emmitt Smith & Napoleon Kaufman $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs)
Dan Marino, Michael Irvin & Kyle Brady $5 Phone Card (1:18 packs)
John Elway, Marshall Faulk & Andre Rison $2 Phone Card (1:6 packs)
Rodney Hampton, Brett Favre & Mike Mamula $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs)
Warren Moon & Ki-Jana Carter $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs)
Reggie White, Jim Kelly & Ki-Jana Carter $2 Phone Card (1:6 packs)
Eric Metcalf, Steve Young, Troy Aikman $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs) & Steve Young NFL Images Preview (1:18 packs)
Cris Carter, Randall Cunningham & Heath Shuler $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs)
Herschel Walker, Andre Rison & Kyle Brady $2 Phone Card (1:6 packs). Maybe I should chase the Kyle Brady Phone Card rainbow.
Deion Sanders, Warren Sapp & Rodney Hampton $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs)
Troy Aikman, Vinny Testaverde & Marshall Faulk $1 Phone Card (1:1.36 packs)
Lastly, the Aikman card back. Not a bad looking card back with a second photo.
For those of you keeping track at home, yes, I did pull $26 worth of phone cards! Remember when phone cards were a thing? I do. I am that old. I didn’t pull all of the phone card values, though, as there are $20 (1:144 packs), $100 (1:366 packs), $1,000 (1:2,995 packs) and $1,500 (1:11,900 packs) denominations to chase down.
There is also an acetate insert to look for, Field Generals (1:60 packs).
All-in-all, this is a fun product to break. Pulling a great looking Barry Sanders Precision Cut insert in the first pack certainly didn’t hurt!