1964 TOPPS STEVE DILLON/RON LOCKE #556 PSA 6
I like to take the last names of both guys on these two-player rookie cards and make of them one full name. So in this case we end up with “Dillon Locke.” Which is a totally cool name.
Dillon Locke drives a red Camaro. He's got a Blaupunkt in there, and a 100-watt amp.
You can always hear Dillon Locke coming.
The 1964 set is rife with two-player rookie cards-- here's the roster of names:
But are any of these as golden as Dillon Locke?
Ellis Queen? I think my grandmother used to read his mystery magazine.
Priddy Butters? Wasn't she in Candy Stripe Nurses with Robin Mattson back in the '70s?
Britton Maxie? That's the pad for days what have a heavy flow it is, guv.
Bakenhaster Lewis? That was Merriwether's dim brother, who set out to claim the “Specific Northsouth for the Unitated States” back in the early 19th Century. He was never heard from again.
McCabe McNertney? Divil' a man can say a word agin' him.
Still and all, I have to stick with my man Dillon...
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