28-Pack French Canadian Update

Growing up in Detroit we routinely went to Windsor, Canada for a variety of reasons. In a pre-9/11 world you could easily pop across the border. It made the French-Canadian versions of things seem normal because, “that’s how it is in Canada.” That familiarity most have earned a special nostalgic place in my heart, because I really like the French-Canadian versions of packaging.

I wish I could remember how I got my 4-pack cards. I clearly remember finding the ring. I remember documenting the 10-pack for the site too.

When I saw this French-Canadian 28-pack I thought it was a new discovery. It wasn’t. The site had documented a French-Canadian 28-pack before, but just the discovery. It wasn’t fully documented.

That changes today. The 28-Pack section of History 100 gets updated today.



French – Long Side

English – Long Side

Short Side – French

Short Side – English

If any M.U.S.C.L.E. collectors have 28-packs, French-Canadian packages, or anything else M.U.S.C.L.E.-related they want to share, then submit pictures by email the University of M.U.S.C.L.E..

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