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Special Edition Top Gun WGP Autococker

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Continuing with more Top Gun related information, here is an autococker body I purchased earlier this year.

This Top Gun WGP Autococker body has a greenish gray anodizing and was built for Fred Dorski at Top Gun. Dorski was Top Gun’s store and field manager.

I don’t really know much about this ”Special Edition” body other than Bud likely put them together for Ray and his employees because of Top Gun’s dedication to WGP equipment.

I will be rebuilding this cocker with correct era parts eventually. I also found a bull barrel that is almost a perfect match for it.

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