Rikki Faint has spent the past eight years chasing All Blacks.
Jonah Lomu proved the hardest one to find - "I finally saw him at the gym" - but he also tracked them down at gas stations, outside rugby matches and in hotel lobbies.
The fruits of his labour?
A jersey signed by 200 current and former All Blacks, which he's auctioning to raise money for Starship children's hospital.
The starting bid is $20,000 - "there must be someone out there with the money", the Mangere man reckons.
"Most of the guys on there are in their 80s or 90s. When they go it'll be worth four times that."
He's no stranger to collecting All Blacks' signatures and has already covered two cars with them.
One raised thousands for Child Cancer New Zealand and he hopes to raise more by selling the other to a car museum.
Mr Faint started his fundraising mission in honour of Lexi Bailey Parker-Arthurs, a friend's daughter, who died from leukaemia, aged 2.
Go to Trade Me and search "All Blacks jersey" to view the auction.
- © Fairfax NZ News
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