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Cashing In on Their Shared History

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CHATHAM, N.J. -- They arrive to their latest autograph show in a silver Nissan Altima, and in case you think a quarter century has altered their respective places in the universe, here is proof to the contrary:

Mookie Wilson rides shotgun.

Bill Buckner sits in the back.

They are 33 minutes late to the show at Legends Gallery, a local memorabilia and framing shop, but the customers in a line snaking through the exhibits don't seem to mind. They are mostly Mets fans, including one who lugged a piece of the old outfield wall from Shea Stadium here to get it signed, but there are a few citizens of Rex Sox Nation, too.

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