First Look: 2012 Press Pass Total Memorabilia

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By Susan Lulgjuraj | Contributing Editor

Press Pass‘ 2012 schedule is full of new trading card lines. The first of Press Pass’ new NASCAR product comes out in February with Total Memorabilia.

This high-end release will feature a memorabilia or an autographed memorabilia card in every nine-card pack.

The memorabilia cards are perhaps some of the most unique Press Pass has put out. The memorabilia could be fitted with pieces from firesuits, shoes, gloves, sheet metal or all four on one card. They come in single, dual, triple, quad, oversized and patch variations.

The cornerstone of Total Memorabilia is the Signature Collection: autographed memorabilia booklets with patches or all four different memorabilia options mixed in.

The suggested retail price is $25.00 a pack.

Susan Lulgjuraj is a contributing editor for Beckett Media. You can email Susan here. Follow her on Twitter here.



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8 comments

  1. XstreamINsanity 30 November, 2011 at 15:30

    If that really is Maryeve Dufault’s signature, that is probably the best signature I’ve ever seen. Looks like it was typed it’s so neat. And boy is she perty (the redneck in me) or what. :)

  2. Tom Waldron 1 December, 2011 at 00:49

    wow Another high end racing. I believe Fanfare was pretty good price point. and I thought they already has a high end product in showcase.
    Just not a big fan of high priced Racing buy legends or fanfare.
    tom

  3. Adam Shoemaker 2 December, 2011 at 22:17

    These look great! I really like the design. I can’t wait to see more preview pics, such as the base and inserts. I want to see why adding 1 card (vs. Fanfare) also added $5 to the pack price.

  4. wes spece 18 January, 2012 at 11:11

    This looks like the product of the year in racing. I’d rather bust this than showcase (more hits and the potential of book cards). How is this product cheaper than legends?? I look for a surge in prices upon release.

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