I am one of those guys who absolutely does NOT like change. Recently my website where all of my want lists reside MANDATED a change one that they have been forecasting for 6 months now. Well, they finally did it. I could not edit my want lists last week on my google classic site. I now have the new site. I HATE IT. Everything is SNAFU! Most of you know that I am not a techy person, nor do I have any desire of being such. The new site is different in all kinds of ways. Editing being one of them. I HATE IT. First you MUST use google drive, I have serious issues with that all by itself. I do NOT want anything of mine saved into the CLOUD. It is such a pain in the ass. I can't even change colors on my text. I am sure there is a way, but not my thing to figure it out. Google when converting the old site to the new, eliminated all of colors, and deleted all spacing between lines. This SUCKS. So if you have checked out my webpages in recent days.......I apologize if it is SNAFU.
With that off my chest, I have also changed what I was going to post tonight.
Not long ago I posted a Cadaco game that I won on Ebay. It was the 1968 game, with 1953 discs (and the 68's) complete minus the 53' Maglie. That sent me down a rabbit hole.
I searched for the Maglie, as you see I got it along with the others you see above it. Many of the 118 discs are upgrades for the first ones that I got before. Now I know that doesn't sound like much of a rabbit hole. I assure it was.......I'll show you.
I now have a complete 1968 and 1953 Cadaco set box and all. But, wait that isn't all.
The 1953 box came with all of those discs above. More than a set. In fact there were 2+ complete sets.
One was 1953 and the other was a 1942........Yes, 1942 complete disc set. Lots of extras too. The 42's are more white in color and have a gloss like coating.
Obviously I now had to get the box for the 1942. Which you can see I did.
The 53' box is very similar to the 42' box. The color is off by a tad, and of course the dating of the boxes and literature.
The biggest thing was the 1942 Ted Williams disc. Yea! However, it is the worst condition of the 42's and it is barely identifiable so I didn't scan it.
So WWII, Korea, and 'Nam?ReplyDelete
I hadn't seen those old discs before, pretty coolReplyDelete
A 1942 Ted Williams? Very cool.ReplyDelete