iMayberry Community

In 2010 NASCAR raced a special car commemorating the 50th Anniversary of The Andy Griffith Show.  The car raced in one race only with Dave Blaney as the driver and I do not believe any die-cast versions were made.  I recently purchased the hood that was on the car and I was wondering if anyone else has any merchandise related to this car.  I also have been looking for pictures of this car with little luck.  Please let me know if you have any picture you can help me with as well!

What is the most unique piece in your Andy Griffith collection?

Views: 115

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

Too sweet! Now that's a wall hanger, Frank! My most unique piece is this bra back extender once owned by Francis Bavier. This is no joke. When she passed in 1989, she stated in her will that the entire contents of her home be sold at auction and the proceeds donated to the local PBS station. I purchased this from a TAGS collector I've known for 25 years who attended the auction, so I know it to be authentic. I was hoping to purchase one of her many nick-knacks but they were priced to high. This cost me $2. Tacky? Definitely, but that's part of the reason I like it.

This is my favorite Andy collectible, back from when he had a food biz in the early 70s. Bought a lot of 13, all unused, on eBay back in '98 for $50. I sold all but one, and quadrupled my investment.

RSS

Members

Birthdays

Birthdays Today

Birthdays Tomorrow

Latest Activity

Larry Grainger replied to Gary W. Burg's discussion Episodes We Could Do Without
"I'll have a pan of fudge waiting..."
4 hours ago
Gary W. Burg replied to Gary W. Burg's discussion Episodes We Could Do Without
"Okay folks, how about we drop my Larry's . . . ."
5 hours ago
Gary W. Burg posted a discussion

Andy and Barney Doing a Commercial

Usually, Barney gets tricked, but this time HE is the trickster.…See More
5 hours ago
Gary W. Burg replied to Gary W. Burg's discussion Episodes We Could Do Without
"Yes, got it so far, Dud. But but but are we concluding correctly that two networks that carry TAGS…"
7 hours ago
Larry Grainger replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"That would be a double answer. First Mr. Harmon said it and then, in his typical style, the fat…"
10 hours ago
Bernie Fife replied to ColHarV's discussion WHO said that?
"That was Bob Rogers as Barney’s Replacement.   Who said, “And, get out of those…"
10 hours ago
Larry Grainger replied to Gary W. Burg's discussion Episodes We Could Do Without
"This is why I don't watch TAGS on broadcast TV.  Most of the time I watch on my…"
yesterday
Dud replied to Gary W. Burg's discussion Episodes We Could Do Without
"I found out not long ago that networks bid on a batch of episodes, not the entire collection.…"
yesterday
Alan Neiman is now a member of iMayberry Community
yesterday
Gary W. Burg replied to Gary W. Burg's discussion Episodes We Could Do Without
"I still maintain both networks are NOT showing a slew of TAGS, color 'sodes aside. The baby…"
Sunday
Dud replied to Gary W. Burg's discussion Episodes We Could Do Without
"Oh, and how about the one where Opie and his friend find a baby, then go around town asking about…"
Sunday
Shorty Cox replied to Gary W. Burg's discussion Same Storefront
"Well after the gossip about Myra Kuntz got out, the lingerie shop had to close.  Fred got a…"
Sunday

© 2018   Created by Allan "Floyd" Newsome.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service