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Im sure the general consensus is going to be Champion Rocs, but Im curious what else people are hoarding.

For me its difficult, as most discs I buy are strictly to sell at a later point. As I have bought and sold my collection and several others 3 times over, I have always manged to save a few discs that I vowed never to sell.....yet. I really only collect a few molds for myself, though I buy alot of everything for store stock.

So any tips as to what you should or shouldnt be throwing money into? Anyone?

My stash for a rainy day far away has some Rocs, Champion and Older KC stuff, Leopards, pretty much all Blueberrys, a few Blueberry Valks, and lots of Champion Edition Teebirds and TLs.

My advice on collecting is to buy it now, unused, and not to wait for it to rise in price. Its pretty simple.

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I collect CE and champion ROCs..

Here are a few pictures
Like the pictures huh? Heres a few more:

Gem Ch. Whippet -X
ICE Ch. Whippet- X
here are my 07 rocs

No Battle Roc? Think I sold mine. Ive been through 2 or 3. Heres some others I regret selling....sort of.
.. few more x-out ROCs and others
i still regret selling any of my rocs
hey there,
this is cal lincoln from sarasota. Really nice talking to you this morning.
here is the pic of my 2nd run valk with Brian Hoeniger and Ron Russels sigs from the Last Triple crown event I went to. hope you are able to view it


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