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Wayne 70 Clipper
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Not a big fan of 70's But !! Never knew there was this grade of Clipper and wonder If there ever was a globe ??

Wish whoever did this had not gotten so aggressive with the decal, I can see it was also a Sunset pump at one time

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Re: Wayne 70 Clipper
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No NW collectors have any thoughts on value??

Re: Wayne 70 Clipper
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Wow I would have loved to have seen that decal in better shape. Looks like a WWII fighter, which explains the grade of "pursuit". All the fighter planes back then were designated as "pursuit" planes, hence the "P" in front of planes like the P-51 Mustang, P-47 Thunderbolt, P-38 Lightning. Cool pump.


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Re: Wayne 70 Clipper
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Brian, Thank you !! To me the plane looks like a Dauntless dive bomber, more than a fighter. I would guess back then, they weren't to concerned about haven't the right plane.

Re: Wayne 70 Clipper
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How many ad glasses are good?
I would guess around $1200-$1500 for the pump with that patina and then the ad glasses are very rare and I would guess worth about $300 each if in good condition??? IMHO!!

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Re: Wayne 70 Clipper
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Paul,
Looks more like a TBD Devastator torpedo plane than a Dauntless, but they probably just created a stylized general WWII-looking airplane. Great pump and great brand...love it.


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If I had that pump I'd get 2k for it. Great look.


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