First basket course was Oxbow Park in Goshen, IN when it was installed in '89. Played lots of object Frisbee golf before that as a kid. Got somewhat serious in the late '90s so I could qualify as an Am for the 2000 Ann Arbor worlds. Just resurrected my playing career after 14 years off from sanctioned events. I'm an old guy playing Am Masters, but recently my 12-year-old son got good and to me this is all about him. I'm no slouch and he's beaten me six times so far in 2021!
I do remember sending some APX's your way but never remember having any other Leopards besides the two I can think of, and I have Rain Man type memory when it comes to my Golf Discs.
Was it a special plastic Leopard? Is that why you're asking? I can't imagine a normal DX Leopard ever being worth collector prices. I did have a cherry red SE Leopard about 11 years ago that I eventually lost at Meyer Broadway. I remember purchasing it in order to have an anhyzer driver in my bag (not that I could throw an anhyzer RHBH back then, and I need a Roadrunner to do that now...)
I recently discovered that I hold a bit of a gold mine myself. I used to putt with SE Soft Rhynos when they first came out about 12 years ago. They're highly sought after now. I have a stack of 9, and some of the Rhyno collectors here on this website say they're worth about $50 apiece even in their used up condition!
i cant believe that he's already 3.5 yrs old. I havent touched a disc in months. i really miss playing and at least holding a disc in my hand. i have actually bought a couple "collectors" off ebay. i got a Discraft Z Banger GT, and a 11x KC pro Teebird