Pflueger Rocket Level Wind Reel No. 1375 w/Box
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This is a very nice, clean level wind reel, marked "Pflueger Rocket No. 1375 Made in U.S.A. Patented". It has a good strong clicker, and features a good working star line drag adjuster. The reel has a very attractive polished diamolite (chrome) finish that is about 98% intact or better, very minor wear, and very light scratches, in very good working condition. Features the Star type adjustable line drag system, and a good strong clicker switch control. The spool is aluminum and is in very good working condition. A very atractive fishing reel for your collection! It appears to have been mounted to a rod at one time, but I doubt it ever had line on it. Better than most! It also comes with the original box is very solid condition with some edge and corner wear, and one small area where a price tag was torn off the label, otherwise very clean and nice. The bottom of the box has a date 1957 stamp. There is also a owner's guide included in very good shape with a parts diagram and list, was printed in U.S.A.. This level wind reel is my favorite in the Pflueger line, the finish work is bright and shiney, everything is polished and smooth, plus it can be used in either salt of fresh water fishing, and is bigger in diameter than the Pflueger Supreme, which was the most expensive model. This is one of the nicest we have seen of the Rocket model! A very nice gift for the fisherman!
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