The World Speed Project is about one man collecting every VHS copy of 'Speed'

'I'm trying to collect every single VHS copy of the hit 1994 action adventure film 'Speed.'' That's the simple goal of Ryan Beitz, chairman of the World Speed Project based in Moscow, Idaho.

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If he finds it at Value Village, it tends to run $2 each. At Goodwill, copies are only 50 cents. And the project all started at a Seattle pawn shop on Aurora, where he bought 30 copies of "Speed" on VHS for $10.
Photo by World Speed Project via Kickstarter
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Original article: The World Speed Project is about one man collecting every VHS copy of 'Speed'



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