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Discussion in 'Longboard Surf Buy/Sell/Trade' started by FirstPointEric, Dec 7, 2010.
goddamn - enough of the keyword stuffing already
Made by Jim for surfore (aka "Andrew") and that looks to be in top shape. That thing is right up my alley, but is a bit duplicative for me; I have a 10'6" with a similar outline, not to mention an 11'0" JP NR. Is that slipcheck up front or just a nose panel?
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That thing is so, so sweet. The ask is a pretty penny ($2.2k) but if I won the lottery, that thing would be gone.
KC, you're doing the lord's work outing these surfboard flippers. You (or someone you know) should write an app to track this fvckery. Big ups!
I almost always add 60 bucks to a board I’m selling knowing that I’ll be dropping 80-100 off of it by I get done with all the cheap craiglisters.... you write firm on anything and you might as well forget selling it. I think that’s half of the “flippers” you see. Guys who bought a board on a wimb did all the foot work and didn’t like it.
i hope someone can rescue this and get it seaworthy
Original Hobie Corky Caroll Super Mini - $200 in the OC
Not for a board, but for a guitar amp. Friday laugh; a new CL classic (for guitar geeks, at least). YMMV
This is pretty funny. But as funny as it was I'm still a tube amp snob. Hate Hate Hate solid state.
Yep, this. I've got a Paul Rivera-designed Fender SS from the '80s that is a great little (and LOUD) practice amp but will be buried with my 1966 Pro Reverb.
Jim Phillips HPNR in Redondo Beach for $500. Looks clean!