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fatoldskater

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Heres my most recent Powell find from a few days ago.  I wish it was only a couple bucks like that steadham...


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Sweet scores, guys!  I've been doing sometime at yard sales as well, you never know what you'll find. Is that the super rare mini version, Caballero bearing, fatoldskater?
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Sweet scores, guys!  I've been doing sometime at yard sales as well, you never know what you'll find. Is that the super rare mini version, Caballero bearing, fatoldskater?


You know, Im glad you asked on the size...  It is really tiny.  Were there 2 sizes of the cab bearing?  Alot of people have been telling me its just small because he was young when it came out, and thats the only size there was, but I'm not sure if thats true or what.  So are there 2 sizes?  Mine measures 9 1/4 by 28 1/2.  Any info would be rad for sure.
Thanks!
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This is my 1980' Caballero, his very 1st model.  Without a printed signature, there's a paragraph about it in the 'Disposable' art of skateboards book. 
It's just over 29"x10".  Caballero signed the tail for me at Alva's party 2 weeks ago. 

fatoldskater, Your Mini-Caballero came out  in 1982', when skating was going back to the streets. Check out the Ad below from March 1982 Thrasher







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Wow, thanks for all the info!  You just answered my questions perfectly, thanks.
Oh, and by the way, your cab is amazingly sick!  I've never really seen a pic of the non-signature one before. 
But that one in the ad is the exact one I have.  Rad!  Gotta save that image for sure.

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Broke it down and need to clean it up....



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Broke it down and need to clean it up....

....before you send it to me? Aw, Fink you shouldn't have

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AAAAAHHHHHHH

What'd you do with the Ripstik stickers?
AAAAHHHHHHHHHH


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Killer boards DCW, P79, SF and FOS.
From the looks of it your blue one is a mini - very cool to have it a one a bit different than the others.
That white Steadham would have to be the pickup of the year SF - buy your wife a meal out - she earned it!


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AAAAAHHHHHHH

What'd you do with the Ripstik stickers?
AAAAHHHHHHHHHH


Scott


x2 - I have the deck - don't think I have seen the stickers before.

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When I was a kid the Eastern Shore of Maryland was inundated with Kryptonics stuff because of Atlantic Skates.
Ripstik's hold a special place in my memory.

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Early Bones Cubics!!!                                          I'm bored, ok...?



79'-80' Bones 64x64 Cubic



Ad from Jul. 1979 Skateboarder Mag.











79'-80' Bones 64x57  Mini-Cubic 


Ad from Apr. 1980 Skateboarder Mag.








Green 93A


Purple 93A


Yellow 90A






80'-82'  Bones Cubic II 


Ad from Aug. 1980 Action Now Mag.








64x64 Cubic II




81'-82' Mini-Cubic II

Ad from Aug. 1981 Action Now Magazine








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Nice stuff Parkrider. Those Mini Cubic 1s are pretty rare.
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Thanks, motorpsycho67. I wish peeps out there would post more Powell Peralta stuff. 

Where's the other Bones & Beamers?


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