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Loose, and in pairs. 
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those wasps were a blatent gull wing rip off,the poor mans gullwing really,i always thought they looked cheap and nasty myself lol


Not so poor man these days. Those went for £160 BIN, first day of auction. 
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shows how many collectors there still are ,we should have bought dozens of them originally


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even a bloke from NYC was gonna bid on those WASPS   lol  


Great stuff guys, from the other side of the pond
KEEP EM COMIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Who remembers the old alley cat wheels? must be the softest wheel ive ever known,you could nearly squash the edges together between your finger and thumb,they used to wear out like mad and be as slow as slow




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I've a feeling those yellow Alley Cat  wheels were ment to grip in the wet too could be why they are so soft

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could have been,that would make sense i cant remember nowadays though,that was a long long time ago


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I'm sure there were ads showing the wheels covered in water - like the Avon Boosters ads....
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I remember Alley Cat they were very popular.Do you guys remember Pro-Am skateboards that were made here in the UK,I used to have a solid oak model that I lived on.Ive found the old advert but cant post it up......

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A Pro-Am Pure Gold Big Ally I used to have. Flexy. 
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i can remember the pro am name but thats about all


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Dont know if this has been posted before but it might be of interest http://www.skateboardmagazine.co.uk/ its an online directory of the excellent British "Skateboard" Magazine from back in the day.Theres some great ad pages.

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re the fresh air decks - those were reissued a year or so ago


Just found this while pludering the internet its seems Ben Liddle made 10 signed and numbered decks in 2009 for Goffy to sell


Don't know if he sold them all but they look every bit as good as my original
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Somewhere there's photos of Ben's son riding one of those - and RIPPING
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