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MikeInMD

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This is from the amazing quality reissues from a few years ago. Sold out everywhere.  The recent score of an OG Bowlrider and subsequent setup makes this one a spare.  White top and bottom with Tracker Classic Mids, clear green 64 MM Cold Cup wheels from a few years back that are designed to look like first gen Kryps.  1/2" translucent green risers.  Panhead mounting.  Complete $285 shipped CONUS with PayPal gift/friend payment.  Deck alone sold for $250 when released.  Deck alone $185.   All new as was just part of a display. 

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That's some good-looking time machine you got there Mike!  
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Looks fantastic Mike...👍❤️👍
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Bumpage...
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Pending - thanks! 
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Sold - thanks!!
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