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90s 1998 Richard Petty Nascar Collector Ornament$25.00

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  • 1998 Richard Petty Nascar Collector Ornament By Hallmark
  • 1998 Richard Petty Nascar Collector Ornament By Hallmark
  • 1998 Richard Petty Nascar Collector Ornament By Hallmark
  • 1998 Richard Petty Nascar Collector Ornament By Hallmark
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Size: OS
Condition: New with tags
Hallmark
90s 1998 Richard Petty Nascar Collector Ornament

Hallmark's home blue, multicolor and red, tree ornaments.

New condition, size OS.

Detailed measurements:

in Original box and packaging

Handcrafted Keepsake Ornament
©1998 The Score Board Inc.

Sculpted by Ed Seale

"I learned to drive by driving," says Richard Petty, the king of stock car racing. From Rookie of the Year (1959) through his Farewell Tour (1992), Petty drove his Number "43" sky-blue cars straight into the record books. The winningest driver in NASCAR history, he is appreciated as someone who always has time for race fans. Petty has also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest U.S. civilian award."

#2 in the Stock Car Champions series.

comes with exclusive trading card
Career highlights at the back

Length - 5.25 inches

This item is sold from an excellent, highly rated vintage boutique in Maryland, USA.

Hallmark's home blue, multicolor and red, tree ornaments.

New condition, size OS.

Detailed measurements:

in Original box and packaging

Handcrafted Keepsake Ornament
©1998 The Score Board Inc.

Sculpted by Ed Seale

"I learned to drive by driving," says Richard Petty, the king of stock car racing. From Rookie of the Year (1959) through his Farewell Tour (1992), Petty drove his Number "43" sky-blue cars straight into the record books. The winningest driver in NASCAR history, he is appreciated as someone who always has time for race fans. Petty has also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest U.S. civilian award."

#2 in the Stock Car Champions series.

comes with exclusive trading card
Career highlights at the back

Length - 5.25 inches

Hallmark's home blue, multicolor and red, tree ornaments.

New condition, size OS.

Detailed measurements:

in Original box and packaging

Handcrafted Keepsake Ornament
©1998 The Score Board Inc.

Sculpted by Ed Seale

"I learned to drive by driving," says Richard Petty, the king of stock car racing. From Rookie of the Year (1959) through his Farewell Tour (1992), Petty drove his Number "43" sky-blue cars straight into the record books. The winningest driver in NASCAR history, he is appreciated as someone who always has time for race fans. Petty has also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest U.S. civilian award."

#2 in the Stock Car Champions series.

comes with exclusive trading card
Career highlights at the back

Length - 5.25 inches

This item is sold from an excellent, highly rated vintage boutique in Maryland, USA.

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