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First off I don't know if this is the right spot for this kinda subject.  Second watsup I'm new here and have been boarding on and off for about 8 years (16 now).  Just wondering how much this board would be worth (Not Mine).  It is an old G&S fibreflex, with old kryptos and trackers.  Any help is appreciated

 

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Oh yeah btw my first bds board is coming!! A blue Gashead II.


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Looks like a "Team Rider". Is it more stiff than the other FiberFlexs? My one and only was a "Bowlrider" given to me on my 16th birthday by 70's Skater.
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Nice deck! If you want an opinion on value, keep it forever, its priceless! But a dollar figure, I'd say about $150, if you cleaned up the top with original style rubber grip and those if those are green C-65's maybe $200. Don't forget, my opinion.
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I think it looks more like a Kicktail deck.....I'm with ouch on the possible price..also my opinion.


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WOW! 2 people in agreement on the Bulldog website? Thats not how its supposed to be!
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Wait just a second I didn't agree to the type of deck.....


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Yeah, and I'll bet that setup's worth at least 200 dollars and one cent.  So, technically, I disagree with you too.

 

That makes two people that actually disagree with you now.

 


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If you guys are interested this board is on ebay!  Just look up fiberflex. (Yes it is spelled wrong)
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Here is a deck I picked up as a blank and set it up a the decks of our day.

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nice board Mike, my friend Marty makes boards just like that, get out your blue vans, hang ten shirt and you are back in the 70's.


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I no longer have it, but I had a mystery Fibreflex and I'd like to know what model it was.

26 inches long,  rubber griptape, no kicktail.  Slight rocker.  Yellow top, clear bottom.  No wheel cutouts so not a slalom model.   

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Fibreflex made a ton of those.  I think they were just called "Freestyle."  Here is a 1976 Skateboarder ad. 



It looks like it shows rocker, kicktail and cambered models. 

I hate to bring up a sore subject, but Fibreflex just reissued that 26" rocker model using original Bowtuff cores.

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Just noticed this ad the spelling is Fiberflex and not Fibreflex........oops.
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Just noticed this ad the spelling is Fiberflex and not Fibreflex........oops.


Only in the headline. They spell it the other way in the text?

Big OOPS!

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