Thanks for the reply Zom. I have 2 JC Penny 1995 sets. I'm considering selling one of them. I bought both of them on the 'Bay. I didn't start collecting Hot Wheels until 1998, and that's when I started buying the JC Penny sets. I played catch up buying the 1995, 1996, and 1997 sets. The 1995 set was a KILLER for me! I paid $1250 for one, and almost the same price for the second set. I paid $300 for the 1996 set, and less than $200 for the 1997 set.Zom said:I sold my 1995 Pennys set for close to $1.400 in 2005. I paid $273.00 for it through Pennys. Wish I would have bought more.
WOWSTUTZ said:The 1995 set was a KILLER for me! I paid $1250 for one, and almost the same price for the second set . . .
Now that is Classic.fly__life said:The best is when you see two bidders going at it for the whole week on the one car without realizing that there are another 30 they could be bidding on. I guess if they don't complain then who am I to judge them for the suckers they are.
I didn't say there was anything wrong with being a newbie . I was a hard core HW collector from 1997 to 2001 . I stopped trying to collect every car for the year because mattel flooded the market with so many different versions and different sets that there was no fun in collecting them anymore . It almost became a chore .BamBam said:There's nothing wrong with being a newbie, we were all newbies at one time.