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Thread: Whites Goldmaster Production Years

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    Whites Goldmaster Production Years

    Can someone tell me what years the old "long" Goldmaster was produced? That was
    my first detector. Also, where can I find a model year production timeline for all Whites Metal detectors?

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    A lot of folks have asked for that production timeline. I don't know if one exists, but it would sure be interesting ....
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    Before the GM2, I can't tell you. The Goldmaster run was in order----GM2, V-Sat, GM3, GM4, and GMT. This line started in the late 80's or early 90's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro 54 View Post
    Before the GM2, I can't tell you. The Goldmaster run was in order----GM2, V-Sat, GM3, GM4, and GMT. This line started in the late 80's or early 90's.
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    There's a whole "Goldmaster" series ahead of that. I had a 66TR back in the early 70's. I think I got it right after I came back from Iceland in 1971 if memory serves.
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    That's way before my Goldmaster experience Fox, so I'll let you fill in the gaps before the GM2.
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