Technically, these cards didn't come from my Gint-A-Cuffs box, but they were in WITH my Gint-A-Cuffs box. One of the Community Gum boys included a padded envelope full of cards with my order. Something about owing me something, but I don't see now.
At any rate, I was thinking I could really use the point boost by getting to count these with my Ginter packs. Sounds like a great idea right? No? I was afraid you wouldn't understand.
These four 1999 Topps Tek Rangers are super nice. I dig the acetate cards and the only thing that is maddening about them is there were like a bazillion versions for each player.
This is Pudge, version 23A P-15. That's what it says on the back. I'm not making this up.
How about Pudge, version 23B P-23? I know, it's confusing as all get out.
Pudge isn't the only one with all these versions. Here you have Juan Gonzalez, version 41A P-06.
I really like Juan's 41B P-24 card. It has MVP embossed on the front of the card and looks great.
I'm not sure If I got the set right on this, but it's from some 2002 Upper Deck set. It's a quad card with bat pieces from David Justice, Edgar Martinez, Darin Erstad and Juan Gonzalez. Very nice.
The way I see it the quad relic should be worth 10 points and the Topps Tek cards should fetch 3 points each for coolness. Unfortunately, the whole bunch gets a -22 points because Topps made to many variations of the Tek cards. That's a grand total of zero points!!
Oh well, it was fun and I appreciate the great extras from the CG boys! Thanks.