Fairly rare bird!

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  1. skydog6653

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    It’s funny, someone out there has been watching the market for this. Willing to spend top dollar, and doesn’t bat an eye at shipping costs after they purchase.

    meanwhile, most of us have 0% interest
     
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    Cool to look at though, I always appreciate these links. I just always chuckle with the discrepancy between rare and sought after. I have no doubt this is rare, but I do question if there are dozens of people opening their wallets... hey, maybe I am the looney one?
     
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    Looks like a Teisco.
     
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    Didn't Gibson refer to that color as "Coral"
     
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    I'm not sure, because if you look at this pic, it seems to indicate this is a much faded ‘Ferrari Red’.
     
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    Coral Pink

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    If not Coral, then it is one of the pastel colors that Gibson introduced during that time period. I believe there was a blue (ocean blue?), a "surf" green, Coral, and obviously orange, I want to say sherbet, because that's what jumped into head along with coral.
     

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