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I have a 40 mold "night flyer" at 126 grams. Anyone out there have an idea of it's value?

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is it a disc or a whammo frisbee?

I don't know is it new or used?
sounds old, Mr. Ellis?
Eh, Sonny, I can't quite hear you, could you speak up a bit? And I can't find my reading glasses so could you type bigger? I'm going to drink some warm milk and take a nap.
Looool,

How did you manage to figure out these newfangled internets, Mark?
he uses an IBM selectric II to type with and an abacus to figure out the math involved in converting it to the interwebs :) or maybe just a can with some string .
I'd say around $ 25.00 for mint in that weight. Heavier ones go for more.
Don't forget to use your walker too, a nasty fall might end it all.
Its a night flyer not a midnight flyer. I would say a midnight flyer would be 25 or 30 but not shure on a night flyer, should be worth a little more. If its mint maybe around 50. What # is it?
It's a number 4 with light usage.
I've know of no other companies to use the archaic numbering system of old as Whamo used to do. A 40 mold is all Whamo and nothing but Whamo. Night Flyer not a Midnight Flyer as was available a while later. This baby was purchased at the Wagon Wheel pay to play disc golf course back in 1978 if memory serves me right.
I think a lot of people threw the higher #s so they are a little harder to find.
The numbers had nothing to do with its weight. The "Night Flyer" was discontinued before the Spring of 1979, when I first got the DGA discs, which were then called Midnight Flyers. Considering that a stock 40 mold weighed in at a hefty 119 grams, a 126g disc would not have given the thrower.

1978 sounds like the right date to me. Where is (was) the Wagon Wheel, and what course was it close to?

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