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Ouch!!! Man your got a few X-2's!!
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Damn Ouch !! those Tunnels are so friggin cool~~~~

love the X2 Logan's too!!

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somethin' for the real OG's hahaahah

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Oooooooo... Those Casters..... Ooooooooooo.....
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yeah had to score it a couple weekends ago in Portland, had been on craigslist way too long.......   the 'Chris Strople' & 'Fiberglas' stickers are near mint, wedge tail style and a lot longer than my turned tail that I got Wally to sign, I can actually ride this one
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Back on this! These are 2 of the earliest decks I have and something like what I started on as a kid. 1974ish???







Obviously the same deck manufacturer! To alike not to be! Thanks Steve on the bearing hookup for the NOS Banzai Stoker wheels!!!
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Love the solid oak era decks! Here are some NOS Brewer Skateboards. One 32" downhill gun and one 28" kicktail model.



I gripped the decks, top sticker on the gun, screen on the kicktail model.



NOS Brewer Speedsters on the gun.



NOS Yandall Bowl Rolls on the kicktail.

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Double fresh Brewers!


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2 Logan Thorger Johnson models both 33" one with kick, one flat. Both have first gen Kryptonics Star track 70mm wheels and Bennett Pro and Ad track trucks. Check the green urethane risers.



Have not gotten around to gripping the Kicktail deck yet. As you can see the flat deck is an earlier model, still being manufactured mt Makaha!









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More Logans!!! One NOS Downhill Gun and one blast to ride and nicely used Makaha brand Logan gun. Exactly the same decks, 32", very similar to the Brewer gun, but with a squared off tail. The rider is set up with the earliest Tracker Fulltracks and Brewer Speedster wheels.





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Yeah those solid decks are SOLID! LOVE 'EM!  I'd like to ride one for a bit just for the feel of it.

PS Ouch you have so many X2s maybe you should be called "Ouch-Ouch" [smile]
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LOVE The Brewer gun!! I've been looking for years for one of those.Dust on my Speedsters tells the story!


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Love the solid oak era decks! Here are some NOS Brewer Skateboards. One 32" downhill gun and one 28" kicktail model.



I gripped the decks, top sticker on the gun, screen on the kicktail model.



NOS Brewer Speedsters on the gun.



NOS Yandall Bowl Rolls on the kicktail.

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 [thumb][thumb] for the Brewer and Logan 2-fers!

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nice 8 wheelers! grip looks awesome! [thumb]
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