I cannot speak for that one but I have oodles of vintage perfumes and usually but not always, the old formulae is better if you like a rich depth. You risk the pissy factor of a gone off perfume, but look for one still in a box as it may have been kept better. Although from memory that one was in a white bottle wasn't it?
I only own the P&G version, but am also familiar (from previous testing) with the Shoulton vintage formulation. While the newer one is slightly sweeter, more powdery and even less lasting (I shamefully admit) than the vintage version, my opinion would still be: the difference nor the improvement from new to vintage are THAT pronounced, as to justify paying way more for the vintage version.
I have both versions and the vintage smells a little better to me because it is a little little spicier and has a nice dirty vibe(jasmine I think), but it has worse longevity than the new formula. The new formula is still very similar, but it's sweeter and a little more powedery. I wouldn't spend that much money on the vintage. There are knockoffs of Old Spice that still smell like Shulton's version that sell for less than the current formula.