Card of the Day: 1990 Topps The Simpsons – Bart Simpson Sticker #4

Card of the Day: Walt Weiss 1990 Score #110

Card of the Day: 1990 Classic WWF Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake/Honky Tonk Man History Of WrestleMania #43

Card of the Day: Ken Phelps 1990 Bowman #462

Card of the Day: Fred Marion 1990 Pro Set #204

Card of the Day: Michael Jordan 1990 Fleer #26

Card of the Day: Rock Raines 1990 Topps #180

Card of the Day: 1990 Pucko – Utica Blue Sox – Morganna #27

Product Highlight: 1990 Classic Monster Trucks

SUNDAY!!! SUNDAY!!! SUNDAY!!! Lurking in the shadows, taking no prisoners, and prepared to give your kittens nightmares!!!

People are spending stupid crazy money on sports cards right now. Almost everyday another card reaches into the seven figures. This gets lots of people thinking everything printed on cardboard has the potential to hit those highs. Not true. But it certainly is fun to watch certain products, specifically mass-produced junk wax, rise in price for no other reason.

It wasn’t that long ago you could buy a box of 1990 Classic Monster Trucks for under $10. Now we’re seeing them sell for $50-$65 per box. This is absolutely insane. In no known universe are these boxes worth that much.

The 1990 Classic Monster Trucks set consists of (125) cards. Throughout the set you’ll find cards dedicated to both drivers and their trucks. You have all of the classics like Grave Digger, Bigfoot, and my personal favorite Thunder Chicken.

On the back of the driver cards is an empty white box meant to be used for an in-person autograph. I’ve always thought that to be a nice addition.

If you’re looking for chase cards there isn’t a single one. No short prints, photo variations, autographs, holograms, inserts, parallels, and/or 3D cards. You have a 125-card set, and that’s it.

Card of the Day: Frank Reich 1990 Pro Set #441