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 Posted: Fri Oct 15th, 2010 12:20 pm
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I am selling a few of my personal/shop demo boards for some hotrod parts. 

.51 caliber





Pics are when new.  Board has a few pressure dents and one smack on the nose.

9'6x24x3 1/8

$650

 

Bluntnose







10'2 x 24 x 3 3/8

Has a few smacks on the rails but otherwise in good shape

$550

 

She needs your help!

 

More to be posted when I get to the surf shop today. 

Thanks,

Austin

 

 

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 Posted: Fri Oct 15th, 2010 01:22 pm
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10'4 .. Just your size Miles!!!

Both these boards were tempting when I saw them at Austin's Swap.  If the 9'6 was a 10 footer it would have came home with me to SC.

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 Posted: Fri Oct 15th, 2010 02:08 pm
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Ah yes, the ol beer in hand stare! Will work for parts! Good for you Austin.:)

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 Posted: Fri Oct 15th, 2010 02:22 pm
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"...the ol beer in hand stare..."

:D:D:D

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Ah, that .51. I'm with you Jook - another 6"... wait, that's what she said.


Austin, what kind of ride could one expect from the blunt nose? I owned a Riddler once but the bottom is plainly different on the Blunt. Please give us a detailed description of contours and ride characteristics.

Thanks

J

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Ripcurl869 wrote: Ah, that .51. I'm with you Jook - another 6"... wait, that's what she said.


Austin, what kind of ride could one expect from the blunt nose? I owned a Riddler once but the bottom is plainly different on the Blunt. Please give us a detailed description of contours and ride characteristics.

Thanks

J


Does someone need another 6"? Hmmmmm...;):shock:

Bump-py bump for some nice looking boards!

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 Posted: Fri Oct 15th, 2010 06:43 pm
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Hey Austin, I have a mate who's really stoked on your blunt nose.
What would be the story with packing/shipping it?

Could it be sent to Ireland? Or he has two mates over that side of things, one in Washington and the other in Maryland, might it be an option to get it to one of them?

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 Posted: Fri Oct 15th, 2010 07:31 pm
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Here is a few more up for grabs.

 

Austin Paipo

4'2x20x3





 

Paipo is $250 with fins/leash/bag.  No dings maybe a couple of pressures.

 

Austin Custom nugget

5'4x21ishx3





$300

Basically brand new.  2 pressure dents. 

10' Dakine double coffin bag with wheels.

Brand new never used.

$150



Austin

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 Posted: Fri Oct 15th, 2010 08:13 pm
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Blunt nose is sold to Ireland!  Thanks highpockets.

Austin

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 Posted: Fri Oct 15th, 2010 08:30 pm
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Haha, happy days.
Just have him on the phone stoked off chuck.

Thanks

(is that the 1st board you've sent this way?)

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hey highpockets,

we have sent a bunch of paipos that way.  They are easy to ship those.

Austin

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 Posted: Fri Oct 15th, 2010 09:03 pm
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Really? Very cool. Il have to keep an eye out for them.

Can't wait to try this. Stoked it's making it's way over

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"stoked off chuck."

Uh, that's good, right?

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nedsurf wrote: "stoked off chuck."

Uh, that's good, right?

Chuck said it was.:shock:

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Jook wrote: 10'4 .. Just your size Miles!!!

Both these boards were tempting when I saw them at Austin's Swap.  If the 9'6 was a 10 footer it would have came home with me to SC.

Luckily it's gone or I would be tempted.:)

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 Posted: Fri Oct 22nd, 2010 01:44 pm
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Hey guys,

Bump for the weekend.  Say $600 for the .51!  Thanks,

Austin

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I like that .51. Can't find a description on the website though. Can you tell us more, dims, intended purpose etc. How bad is the nose, is it repaired? Is it similar to the STD that went around awhile back. If I was to buy it, anyone from up that way coming to the Florida gathering?

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 Posted: Fri Oct 22nd, 2010 05:51 pm
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gaucho- description:
http://jamboards.com/view_topic.php?id=8978&forum_id=1&highlight=austin+hansen

This is a sweet stick... i saw it at the swap...

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 Posted: Fri Oct 22nd, 2010 06:00 pm
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gaucho wrote: I like that .51. Can't find a description on the website though. Can you tell us more, dims, intended purpose etc. How bad is the nose, is it repaired? Is it similar to the STD that went around awhile back. If I was to buy it, anyone from up that way coming to the Florida gathering?

Gauchy, I'll be cruzin south through VA (maybe not through VA Beach, but 95 Southbound) to the gathering. 

Roachy

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Austin - Is the Paipo still on  the market there?

 


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 Posted: Wed Oct 27th, 2010 03:10 am
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austin

you might be related to gene cooper

hocking surf materials for fast cars and what not

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 Posted: Wed Oct 27th, 2010 11:38 am
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hey T bone,

Still up for grabs.

UFCM,

His cars are WAY nicer than mine, but I am working on it.  New whiteys with bias plys!

 



Austin

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aint going to go too fast on bias plys.  well, i guess you can go fast, just don't try to turn.  sure is fun though, a nice floaty feeling.

p.s.  why don't you put a ford motor in that thing?  you make that crazy surfboard shaper money with hundreds falling out of your pockets.  do it up.

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fk the motor, how about the c-notch!  :shock:

Nice tires!:D

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yea the notch is still a work in progress.  Got some trimming and capping to do.  The motor is a brand new crate motor(in it when I got the car)  so I am going to run that for a while.

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austin - just gotta find a ford guy that surfs and can build an engine.  trade him a board straight up.

edit: nevermind, the car i wanted to get is already sold... 


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