Is it just me, or are 80’s superspeeds as rare as hens teeth? I finally got a hold of one, but it took me years before one popped on my radar.
It's only logical. But in time you realise everything becomes collectible. Last week I retired my Mach3 bought around 2002 and used for 19 years. The current Mach3 has added knurling to the rubber parts + the Gillette logo is different now. So I gave it a good scrub with soap and it is now a collectible.No I feel terrible that I wasn't the
Type of collector/hoarder back
Then, that I am now. But then again
It never entered my mind that those
Super speeds were actually rare and
Would decades later be collectable