September 25-27, 2020
Friday & Saturday 10-4
From I-35 take Highway 121 East (Airport Freeway) and exit Riverside Drive. Continue heading east on the access road from Riverside Drive past Blevins and Colonial to Penland. Turn right and continue to 208 Penland. There is plenty of room in the parking lot of WM Automotive Warehouse.
Health Safety Rules*
In accordance with guidelines from Governor Abbott we will be limiting admittance. You must wear a mask to be admitted and try to stay six feet apart.
This is like a sports memorabilia museum and more. A man’s lifetime passion for sports inspired the collection of balls, posters, jerseys, helmets, cards, caps, programs, magazines, books, souvenirs, mugs, bobble heads, cutouts, and much more. Baseball, football, basketball, hockey, golf, racing, soccer, Olympics. You will immediately spot the 25 foot picture of Nolan Ryan from The Ball Park in Arlington. Stadium seating from the Cotton Bowl, TCU, & Talladega.
Huge posters of Mike Modano and others that hung in Reunion Arena, also four panel picture of Richard Petty, signed. Autographed jerseys, posters, balls, cards. programs, helmets. etc. Picture of a LIFE cover of Staubach and Landry, signed by both. Quilt signed by the 1995 Rangers. Cowboys helmet signed by Aikman, Lilly, Smith, Staubach, Romo, Renfro, Whitten, Irvin, Johnson, Bates, and more. Cap signed by Sammy Baugh. Photo signed by Doc Blanchard and Glen Davis. Football signed by Gayle Sayers and the Chicago Bears of 1968. One hundred footballs, thousands of baseball cards, signed baseballs. A guitar signed by many country singers including Blake Shelton, Billy Ray Cyrus, Tim McGraw, Dierks Bentley, Gretchen Wilson, and Rascal Flats. In addition there are lots of wooden and lucite boxes for display of all these things as well as display shelves, cases and cabinets.
Now this is an automotive warehouse and part of it is set up as an antique and vintage auto parts store. Car parts from the 1930s, Packard and other old car ads, old cash registers, adding machines, check protectors, Teletalk machines, repair manuals from 1962,1953, 1949. Some current auto things-car dollies, and a few other things. Also, not fitting into these two categories, a harp (very rough condition), a piano, pressure cookers in various large sizes, meat slicer, a push mower, tuba, huge rolling pin, Dr. Pepper machine, Coke machine, and a plow!