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WC 165G—Zimmerman, Gaman—80 Mold—Red—Gold

Maker: Wham-O
Model: 165G
Style:
Mold: 80
Size: 10.875 inches
Disc Color: Red
Lettering/Hot Stamp: World Class 165G Model; World Champions Scott Zimmerman, Teresa Gaman—Gold
Label/Sticker:
Date Introduced: 1979
Number Produced:
Period of Manufacture: 1979–1980
Special Notes: 1979 World Frisbee Champions. This is a very rare disc—an 80 mold. The stock runs for this discs were all on 80C molds. The 80C has a ridge on the top and was the successor of the 80/81 molds. Wham-O must have had a few old 80 mold blanks laying around and hot stamped it. From the Tracy Jordan collection, RIP.
Contributor(s): Mike Hughes

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
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WC 165G—Zimmerman, Gaman—80 Mold—Red—Gold