Craigslist Deals of The Week (SoCal)

Discussion in 'Longboard Surf Buy/Sell/Trade' started by FirstPointEric, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. FirstPointEric

    FirstPointEric Well-Known Member

    And old board of mine, it's actually a 10'4" (not 10'0") Hunt Customs, a true custom shape my friend Ed had Gregg shape for him. He surfed it only a few times, decided he liked a board of mine better, so we traded. I surfed the Hunt for a few years and it became my go-to board; really traditional mid-60s board with a slightly pulled in nose and tail. Box had to be replaced after a low-tide nightmare (hence the spray) and while it has battle scars, it was still in more than decent shape when I sold it to the current owner (I remember him driving down from Ventura to pick it up). Classic weight Clark foam, 8 oz volan, nicely foiled rails....a really fun board and easily worth the $300 he's asking unless he's done a lot of damage since (and I don't see it).

    Me Malibu Ogle 3.jpg
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  2. FirstPointEric

    FirstPointEric Well-Known Member

    Another view of it when I had it.

    Hunt 10'4 (2).jpg
  3. Dave

    Dave Member

    Feb 9, 2017
  4. Zzz

    Zzz Member

    Aug 15, 2017
  5. DikiMora

    DikiMora New Member

    Sep 29, 2017
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  6. Bighouse

    Bighouse Active Member

    Feb 21, 2012
    East End, Long Island
    Maybe they could drop off at the Bing Factory in Encinitas for some additional $$.
  7. ElBrooklyn

    ElBrooklyn Active Member

    Oct 17, 2014
    NYC-EH-MTK and LBC
    I'm heading out to LA on Dec. 16. Returning Dec. 29. Have to pick up a board in SD anyway. I can fly it back with me on JetBlue if you'll cover the costs, which might be $50, might be $100. And any packing/bags/etc required for transport.
  8. FirstPointEric

    FirstPointEric Well-Known Member

    Here's a 9'1" Anderson Traditionalist. This one was made by Scott for "Leo" whom I bet is Leo Nordine, an excellent longboarder who's had Scott make him lots of boards over the years. I've owned one of Leo's boards and this one is nice: tail block, t-band, volan glass, Harbour fin and bag. This one looks like it's been used but not abused; the only thing you want to check is if the sticker in front of the box is covering spider cracks. Overall good shape for $400. Costa Mesa.

    Christenson Bonneville 9'6" in "9 out of 10 condition", not exactly a steal at $800 but it'll save you about $700 from new. Icons of Surf has several Bonnevilles but they run about $1500.

    This one has an opaque army green deck, clear rails and bottom.

    10'1" Weber Performer, triple sticks, clear layup, can't see the fabric weave so I'm assuming 6oz silane. It has "2 pro-repaired dings" (which aren't visible, perhaps owner isn't showing them) but despite less-than-optimal photos, it still appears to be bright white and these start at about $1500 new at the Weber shop, so $675 ain't bad.

    Pure Fun (Hank Byzak shape) 10'0" standard midweight squaretail noserider; blue tint and fin box. "Normal wear and dings", $340.

    RFC El Gato 9.5", looks new ("excellent" condition), $50 obo
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2017

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