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  1. #61

    Re: Vintage reels

    P1060099.jpgCol
    The two I have shown , I don't fish, but i do have about 4 others that I fish.
    This one is a 1967 330. The mechanism is very simple, durable and reliable on these reels, very similar to the old ABU cardinals.

  2. #62

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  3. #63

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    I'm starting to drool Col. Very nice!
    Greg

  4. #64

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    A few more of my DAM Quick reels

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    First one is the reel Alan Hawk called the Godfather of spin reels.
    Second is a 270 Super.
    Third is a 331 high speed.

    Greg

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  6. #66

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    Thanks Col. Yes, I couldn't`t believe my luck when the 5001 came up for sale in Australia and no one else bid on it. It looked terrible at the time, but that was all on the outside. It functioned perfectly. The other surprise was the vendor lives about 4 kms from me.

    Greg

  7. #67

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    so far ive managed to find a
    abu 1500c 2500c 2600 iar

    when the 1500 turns up in a week ill put aphoto of the three up
    just want to get a 1600 and a 1600 iar andd have a set

    unfortunately the 1500 has a little mark on the side plate but im not paying 1000-1500 for mint ones

  8. #68

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  9. #69

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    In another life I had a 10000c, a 9000c, a 7000, a 5500 and a 6500CTC3 Mag Elite. The only ABU overhead I have now is an Ambassadeur 12 IGFA
    Greg
    Last edited by reggy; 01-08-2020 at 03:26 PM. Reason: addition

  10. #70

    Re: Vintage reels

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    Not the best photo
    Iím still waiting for the 1500 to turn up via dhl

    2500 and 2600 iar

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  12. #72

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    Working now ?

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  14. #74

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    Modern stuff is better itís just the first few reels I owned for bass fishing and then had to sell as the kids came along

    I donít as there are guys out there that will do an amazing job for $50-60

    new stuff I donít service just look after it and retire it when itís not the best as a rebuild is normally more then a midrange reel anyway

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