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    Old 1970's Whites

    In the early/mid 70's, I had a Whites machine that was just about toy grade. It seems like it was just a white handle that looked like a transistor radio on an aluminum shaft with a small white coil. Anyone remember the name of this one or have a pic of one?

    Al
    Al in Southern IN

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    Re: Old 1970's Whites

    I believe it, therefore it is true.

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    Re: Old 1970's Whites

    just happen to have a 1971 copy of Long John Latham's "True Treasure" magazine, AND on the inside cover was a White's metal detector ad, (They advertised four different models) then, Goldmaster 66-T was their top of the line, sold for $269.50. Then their Coinmaster #4, Goldmaster 63-TR, and their low end detector was a Goldmaster 3-TR which went for $169.50. All were big cumbersome heavy brutes, that wore your shoulder out in about four hours of swinging. But as cumbersome as they were, someone found a $85,000 Cache in Arkansas with one of them, and Whites had it in every ad they ran for years......

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    May 2011
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    Re: Old 1970's Whites

    Quote Originally Posted by kidcentavo
    just happen to have a 1971 copy of Long John Latham's "True Treasure" magazine, AND on the inside cover was a White's metal detector ad, (They advertised four different models) then, Goldmaster 66-T was their top of the line, sold for $269.50. Then their Coinmaster #4, Goldmaster 63-TR, and their low end detector was a Goldmaster 3-TR which went for $169.50. All were big cumbersome heavy brutes, that wore your shoulder out in about four hours of swinging. But as cumbersome as they were, someone found a $85,000 Cache in Arkansas with one of them, and Whites had it in every ad they ran for years......
    Where at in arkansas??
    Best Regards


    Chaps

 

 

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