Whirlwind v3 1988

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Whirlwind v3 1988

Postby Jimbobx » 08 Sep 2014 19:03

Are these rare / sought after? Has anyone got one? How much was it?

I've got one but I don't know how to price it as I can't find any on ebay.
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Re: Whirlwind v3 1988

Postby Jimbobx » 08 Sep 2014 19:06

Scratch that. There's a ton of them in the US. I was using the UK search term which is why I was getting nothng.
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Re: Whirlwind v3 1988

Postby buddusky » 08 Sep 2014 20:06

Jim, the UK Mail In has different colours to the US version. They are very rare but I'm not sure about desirability. I paid less than £20 for each of mine but I not sure if many people know about the variation.
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Re: Whirlwind v3 1988

Postby Jimbobx » 08 Sep 2014 20:10

Cheers for that Jon. I'll list it with a WOW L@@K RARE £500 or Best Offer :)
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Re: Whirlwind v3 1988

Postby buddusky » 08 Sep 2014 20:18

I'd snap a picture next to the US version and then post the auction link on HISS Tank.
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Re: Whirlwind v3 1988

Postby Chopper » 09 Sep 2014 00:21

Put a picture up, some of us have Whirlwind fetishes.
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Re: Whirlwind v3 1988

Postby Jimbobx » 09 Sep 2014 07:12

Here go, Chop.

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Re: Whirlwind v3 1988

Postby Chopper » 09 Sep 2014 07:26

Nice. What's the diff between V1 and V2? Keep it quiet in case Hopper catches on to this variant discussion.
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Re: Whirlwind v3 1988

Postby Jimbobx » 09 Sep 2014 07:35

Chopper wrote:Nice. What's the diff between V1 and V2? Keep it quiet in case Hopper catches on to this variant discussion.


Dunno, mate. This one is v3. Different colour, I think.
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Re: Whirlwind v3 1988

Postby Chopper » 09 Sep 2014 07:41

Looks like 1 and 2 are the same. Its interesting that there was no v2 FLAK.
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