Beach House Old School Boardswap - Fall 2014

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by njrider, Aug 25, 2014.

  1. njrider

    njrider Active Member

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    Clean em up boys and get ready for another great day! Sunday September 28th... in front of the Beach House - Bay Head, NJ.
     
  2. NJ Longboarder

    NJ Longboarder Well-Known Member

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  3. estcstsurfer

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    looking forward to it.
     
  4. njrider

    njrider Active Member

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    2014

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  5. jonboy

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    waiting for the list of boards to salivate over..
     
  6. NJ Longboarder

    NJ Longboarder Well-Known Member

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    I'll start.

    1. 12’3” Wegener Paulownia Sunday Model $2500
    2. 11’0” Cliché Glider $675
    3. 9’10” Wegener Paulownia Signature Model $2250
    4. 9’6” Bing Pig (Modern) $750 – large logo, white panels on deck, wood fin. Mint. Surfs well but I have it on the wall.
    5. 7’8" Tak Flo Egg $475
    6. 6’0” Bing Swee Pea Quad $500
    7. 5’11” Parrish Channel Bottom Pintail $375, yeah, the red one that’s been for sale for a while
    8. 5’4” Bing Puck $450

    and some more.
     
  7. STR8SHOOTR

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    Cool deal, I'll be down for a wedding this weekend in Pt Pleasant Beach. I'll check out the swap in Bay Head.
     
  8. arn2629

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    I think I'm gunna send it down this year!!
     
  9. Makawaosurfer93

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    After much deliberation and more importantly the fact that I am no nose-rider, I am selling this JP beauty. I recently met up with Chilly Willy and we traded our respective SWTs, mine the original and his the II. He absolutely rode the board the way it should be ridden, and that realization of having it sit on the rack at home is a shame and therefor the board is for sale with the custom Midnight board bag. I will have this at the swap. Chilly Willy has first right of refusal as he asked if I ever wanted to sell to let him know. I have let him know, but I am putting this here just in case.
    Pics are when she was new with no wax. I am sure that when I remove the wax, it won't look much different, if at all.

    Dims: 9'6" X 24.5" X 3.5"
    $1200

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  10. Chilly Willy

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    ^ Thanks, Dave. Having ridden it, I'll say that this SWT is outstanding. Very clean, and a nice, simple beauty with the kind of classic woodwork you'd expect from The Genius. Regrettably, I don't think I can swing it at this time in terms of cash and available space, which is unfortunate since I got along very well with 'er. For anyone curious (I'll post a more extensive comparison one of these days), the original SWT seems to have more momentum-based glide, similar to a vintage log. It's a wave magnet for sure. (The SWT II doesn't glide into waves quite as willingly as the SWT... it seems to prefer a tad extra wave push and a little juicier takeoff on the peak. Once you're on it, it's a dragster.) Don't let the width scare you, and just remember that nobody likes a wave hog.
     

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