|Hearses at hobbyDB|
Here is a question we don’t really want to spend a lot of time thinking about:
After all those years of hunting, trading, buying, selling, organizing, and worrying about your collection, what the hell will happen to it when you…ahem…kick the bucket?
It is unavoidable. Annoying, a burden to think about, but it is coming. And what will become of that massive collection of little cars? Maybe you have a kid who will happily take over. Maybe you don’t. Maybe you think you do, but you don’t. One way or the other, something will happen to that collection, and hopefully, whatever happens will be a benefit to the folks you left behind.
This question came up when I was chatting with my friends at hobbyDB, who are also Lamley Sponsors and Partners. Frankly, I haven’t put much of a plan in place. I would like to think that I would be able to predict the exact day the dreadful moment would happen, and I could rid myself of the collection in time, with a few dollars left behind. But that probably isn’t the best plan.
The guys at hobbyDB have some ideas, so I wanted to let them share them in this month’s sponsored post. Frankly, I would love to hear your ideas as well.
|Link to: https://www.hobbydb.com/catalog_items/1956-mercedes-benz-300d-hearse|
The Collector is Dead!