Info on a possible Jim Phillips Da Copy Cat....?

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by ElBrooklyn, May 3, 2018.

  1. ElBrooklyn

    ElBrooklyn Active Member

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  2. Veterano

    Veterano Well-Known Member

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    well, first off, what's with the fin screw?
     
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  3. poidog

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  4. Surfnfish

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    a quiet cabin in the woods
    "10' 10", 24.5" wide, 4.0" thk "

    dat board made for one big brudda..
     
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  6. ElBrooklyn

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    At 250, that’d be me.
     
  7. ElBrooklyn

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    He just stuck the fin in there for the photo. It’s not actually screwed into the fin box.
     
  8. FirstPointEric

    FirstPointEric Well-Known Member

    I'm sure that'd be a lot of fun, Isaac. If he got it new, I'm sure it cost a pretty penny (five sticks, color and the striping), but since he's only asking $1,025, offer $800 and settle on $850 or maybe nine bills. The pukas aren't bad but the 4" crack across the box from a fin hit is probably your best bet to get him to come down a bit, as it's just one more fin hit from becoming a water ingress problem.

    PS: Did you take that Pearson/Olsen 10'6 or the JP/Leucadia back 11'2" back east with you?
     
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  9. OCSURFER32

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    YEAH !!! WHERE IS MY OLSEN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :eek:
     
  10. FirstPointEric

    FirstPointEric Well-Known Member

    Buy it back, Tom! It might be back on your coast. I struggled with letting that go, but in the offing was
    getting this one back in a straight up trade, also a 10'6", the Mitch Taylor Model which is my favorite pure
    noserider. I'd stupidly let the MTM go when I saw greener grass, but am happy to have it back. That said,
    giving up that Pearson/Olsen was extremely hard as I liked it being lighter and rode still nose nicely.

    Isaac has quite a quiver of boards and if he's brought the P/O back from CA>NY, he may be willing to
    sell and get it on a board train back to you.

    Mitch Taylor bottom small.jpg
     
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