Card of the Day: Pumpy Tudors 1992 Score #504

Card of the Day: 1992 Topps Stadium Club Batman Returns #1

Card of the Day: Bobby Bonilla 1992 Topps McDonald’s Baseball’s Best #9

Card of the Day: Warren Spahn 1992 Ziploc #1

Card of the Day: 1992 Topps Trash Can Trolls – Slam Duncan #9a

Card of the Day: Jim Fregosi 1992 Topps #669

Card of the Day: 1992 SkyBox Garfield Premier Edition – Garfield #1

Card of the Day: Honus Wagner 1992 St. Vincent Baseball Hall Of Fame Heroes Stamps #11

Product Highlight: 1992 MotorArt Iditarod Sled Dog Race

Wow! The 80’s and 90’s really did bring us some unusual card sets.

MotorArt (out of Florida) certainly isn’t the first card manufacturer you think of first. Most likely because they didn’t stick around that long. Thanks to MotorArt collectors were introduced to the Iditarod Sled Dog Race Set.

The 1992 MotorArt Iditarod Sled Dog Race Set consists of (110) cards. You could purchase the cards in two different formats:

Hobby Box
Factory Set

There was also a 4-card promo pack they issued.

Over the course of the set you will find cards of mushers, dogs, and the various survival procedures they go through to finish the race.

No relics. No autographs. No parallels. No chase cards. MotorArt did offer a promotion where you could send away for a complete set on an uncut sheet. They only made 1,049 of these (one for each mile of the race). Each sheet cost $49.

Standalone Iditarod Race sets have never gained much hobby traction. Its not uncommon to find mushers included in products such as Allen & Ginter, Sport Kings, and Goodwin Champions.

Card of the Day: Pat Mahomes 1992 Pinnacle #472