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Postby I_Like_My_Buzzz » Thu Sep 23, 2004 8:36 am

I was going through some of my older stuff (nothing too valuable, I am sure), and ran across some San Marino and Ontario stuff. The San Marino molds are an Aviar (very hard plastic), and a Wolf. I am not sure what the Ontario molds are. They don't say. Just wondering what they might be worth.

Also I have a Comet (Orange, no stamp), and was wondering how far this mold goes back.

One last thing, could Blake or someone comment on how Ching plastic (Rocs, Eagles, etc.), makes the molds fly differently? I would imagine the Rocs are more overstable, but was not sure.

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Postby Blake_T » Thu Sep 23, 2004 7:26 pm

all aviars still have the san marino markings, so tough to tell how old they are without more details.

some discs are also still marked with ontario, and they probably aren't worth much unless they are a roc.

as for the ching plastic, they are slightly more durable/overstable.
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