Just like the 1979 edition, 1978 O-pee-chee has 10 cards. And it also had a stick of gum.
Jim Spencer has an updated front - listing him as a Yankee but using the same photo as the Topps issue. I flipped the Ellis Valentine card to show the OPC back - the color was not consistent on all the backs, but generally the cards from 1978 have a lighter tint compared to Topps.
All the cards shown are available for trade - I didn't get any Twins, and I didn't get the Eddie Murray I was hoping to pull. I think the cards are all pretty cool. O-pee-chee had serious centering and cutting issues, you can see how a lot of these are off-center and/or have jagged edges.
I opened the second pack of 1978 OPC and did a little better on that pack- the Mike Schmidt I pulled is already on its way out to a Phillies fan in one of my first trades, so I can't show that scan.
Have you opened any vintage wax? Does it seem like a waste, or is it worth it to you to have the thrill?