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    Man--If I was was rich I know what I would buy. TOO COOL!!

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...sPageName=WDVW

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    I have spoken with the seller on the phone, and this is indeed real in case anyone is really interested. Personally, i would rank this as the #2 overall ram collectible. #1 would be a superbowl champion players ring. There were about 150 rings made, compared with 400 trophies.

    Still very, very expensive, but a lot less costly than either the trophy or the ring, is a team signed helmet, which actually looks a lot cooler than the trophy since the trophy is less than 18 inches tall.

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      I don't know who the seller is, or why he's selling, but if I had one of those, it would kill me to sell it, no matter how much I could get for it. The Super Bowl rings those guys got are beautiful, but to have a Lombardi Trophy in your home? Man........

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        The seller has two of them, that is why he is parting with one. He told me that he slept with one for the first year he had it.

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          Originally posted by general counsel
          The seller has two of them, that is why he is parting with one. He told me that he slept with one for the first year he had it.

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          Man! He only slept with one? :smile: He's a lucky man. Good for him.

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