An east coast auction house is offering numerous lots of vintage sports memorabilia as part of a three-day bidfest.
Pete Rose visits an Indianapolis shop, with no shortage of fans and collectors interested in having him add his familiar signature.
It’s not just for gearheads. Thousands from around the world will descend on Indiana later this month for the big race–and the second oldest sports memorabilia show in the country.
Every driver in this year’s Indy 500 will be there and speedway officials are hoping to add dozens more current and former participants to a special autograph session on race weekend. Dealer space for the annual memorabilia show was gone in two days.