Indianapolis 500 Motor Speedway Items for Sale

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Indy 500 Pit Badges, another extremely collectible item of Indianapolis 500 memorabilia. Pit badges were first issued in 1938 and the badges up to and including 1946 are very scarce and rarely appear for sale on the secondary market. From 1947 onwards the badges were issued in two different metals, silver and bronze. The silver badges were for personnel directly associated with the race and the bronze badges for non-race personnel such as sponsors, reporters, photographers, etc.

The value of any pit badge is increased by the addition of a "back-up" or "backer" card, which is a card worn behind the pit badge on race day. The numbers on the card designate which areas of the track the wearer is allowed to access. Getting the winning driver to autograph the back-up card further increases its value.


Early Indy 500 tie tac, black and white checkered and green flag over early style Indy car. Sterling silver.
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Mecom Racing Cufflinks & Racing Decal from early 70's

The Mecom Racing Team was led by John Mecom, Jr. and was active between 1960-1967 in the World Sportscar Championship racing, Formula One, and American Championship Car Racing scenes. In 1966 Graham Hill won the Indianapolis 500 while driving for John Mecom, Jr. and the Mecom Team in their Lola-Ford. SOLD.

   

early 1970's Gulf McLaren bumper sticker. Indianapolis 500 / Pocono / Ontario -

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1990 Indianapolis 500 badge
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1956 Indy 500 ticket. This is an original ticket, with the rain check firmly attached. It is in Good CONDITION for being used at the actual race, some 53 years ago. It was never folded or creased. The backside of the ticket shows the complete map of the raceway and surrounding streets.
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Silver 1996 Inaugural US 500 Pit Badge Indy Car

The U.S. 500 was an automobile race sanctioned by CART on May 26, 1996 at the Michigan International Speedway as an alternative to the 1996 Indianapolis 500. for Price

   
1955 Indianapolis 500 Silver Pit Badge with BUC
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1955 Indianapolis 500 Silver Pit Badge without BUC
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1965 Indianapolis 500 Silver Pit Badge
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1967 Indianapolis 500 Silver Pit Badge with BUC
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1970 Indianapolis 500 silver badge.
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1972 Indianapolis 500 Bronze Pit Badge, The 1972 badge measures 7/8" x 1 1/8" and depicts Gasoline Alley from a slightly over head angle. By 1972, Gasoline was no longer used so it was more tradition than anything that it was still called "Gasoline Alley". 1972 also marks the first year where bronze badges only carry a letter followed by a number.
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1976 Indianapolis 500 Bronze Pit Badge is a can of Valvoline motor oil at right and a race car at left. The size is 1 1/8" x 1 1/4" $ for Price
   
   
1976 Indianapolis 500 Sliver Pit Badge Gordon Johncock
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1985 Indianapolis 500 bronze badge Sullivan Penske
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1988 Indianapolis 500 bronze badge. Size: 1.0" x 1.875" $65.00
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1980 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race Pit Badge Pin
50 Years At Indy With A Bear On The Badge
May 25,1980 64th Indy 500 Mile Race Pin #3719
Pontiac Trans Am Official Pace Car
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1983 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race Pit Badge Pin

May 29,1983 67th Indy 500 Mile Race Pin #2358
Buick Official Pace Car
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1984 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race Press Pass And Pit Badge Pin

May 27,1984 68th Indy 500 Mile Race Pin #1422
Indy Fiero Official Pace Car
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1986 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race Press Pass And Pit Badge Pin
May 25,1986 70th Indy 500 Mile Race Pin #1134 Card #99
Chevrolet Corvette Official Pace Car
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1994 Indianapolis Bronze Pit Badge Pit Badge
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1997 Indianapolis Bronze Pit Badge Pit Badge Arie Luyendyk, The Oldsmobile Aurora was the pace car for 1997 and the badge measures 1 2/5" x 1 1/2".
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2000 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race Press Pass And Pit Badge Pin
May 28,2000 84th Indy 500 Mile Race Pin #1134 Card #99
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