Is this an early one?

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Re: Is this an early one?

Post by Nobby » Sun Dec 10, 2017 8:51 am

Yes I've seen one like yours ands images of a few more.

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Re: Is this an early one?

Post by Chavender » Mon Jun 11, 2018 12:07 am

I seem to have missed this post ,oh well better late than never I guess

Damflask wrote:
Thu Dec 07, 2017 5:12 pm
And if so roughly what year?

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this is a late mk2 or early mk3 ,not a lot of differences .


the second speedia is a grey mk2 .weird thing the mk2 greys ,why grey ,did they run out of black for a short period or was these sold to a particular shop or was these sold to game anglers so they distinguished them by being grey ?

as nobby says there's a distinct lack of early reel box's ,you only ever see them marked as gp mk2 , gp mk4 or deluxe (never seen one marked up as a mk1 or mk3,but they must of existed ! ) ,its one of the things I like about speedia's (& hate) ,its the air of mystery who ,what ,where ,when & why ....no matter how much you know ,you'll never know it all ....


I can only apologise about my centrepin database site ,since it changed from yuku to taptalk and a couple of software updates later I keep loosing the links and totally lost my background image and some content , I can and will fix the links just as soon as I can get around too it .and need too sort the content out ,I lost a lot of images on a hard drive that I've been replacing to get ready to upload .
I try to be funny... but sometimes I merely look it! Steve

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