Jeff Gordon’s final lap could end up being one of his biggest ones as he’s one of the final four drivers in NASCAR’s Chase for the Cup — a winner-take-all playoff format that will make the final race of the season dictate the season’s champion.
It’s also the final race of Gordon’s career, which already has four Cup wins and 93 race victories in 24 seasons at that level — marks that place him among NASCAR’s elite no matter what happens today.
It’s been about a year since the final Press Pass NASCAR set was released, so there are no new Gordon cards for collectors to chase. But his earliest cards like this one — a 1987 World of Outlaws card that predates his 1990 lower-level NASCAR debut — that might draw attention of some collectors.
This card is perhaps his key early issue — his first NASCAR cards aren’t super-expensive or all that rare — but when you factor in the grading game then some of these cards get larger price tags.
How much is this BGS 10 — the only perfect copy out of 311 slabbed by BGS — potentially going to sell for? Well, we have a max price.
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