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Hahahaha!!! The Olson Twins! That's a good one!
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Torque decks! These are some of my favorites!!!! They are both 30" The slalom rig is all NOS and for the era is a BIG deck. Probably more of a GS deck. Its got Torque Starburst II wheels and GullWing gold split axles.

The kicktail model is real light use great condition, its got rocker to it, Energy trucks and Torque Starburst III wheels.















I love these local skateshop stickers that help tell the history of the deck!

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Sweet pair!!


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Agree! Super cool gems.
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Nice!

Send that kicktail to me so it can be closer to it's original point of sale.

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x2, Got lots but here are some fun ones....







Sorry, All three together.... Vintage from Anstee treasure trove and 2 reissues...

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Alright, here are the last of my Fibreflex's to ad to this thread. I finally did a light resto on these. The Hester got a light comcound and polish. It was missing the OG tape, but had the original sticker. I got a piece of Hester repro tape from Dave Anderson, but the sticker window did not line up perfect to where the sticker was on the deck, so I cut my own with minor adjustments to get it all lined up good. Bennett Vectors, Road Rider Henry Hester wheels and 1/2" rad Pad risers. The other deck got a full sand, compound and polish. Its the 29" full cut away. The OG tape was shot and the sticker was gone. So I traced a template from the OG tape and used a repro sticker, again supplied by Dave Anderson. Its got Stroker trucks and Alligator Super Gator wheels.







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Those are both amazing Blake!! Love seeing the blue streak. Strokers in use, and even better the Super Gators !! hens teeth


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Very nice Blake!
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I like Palydaxjones X2 better.... [rofl][rofl][rofl]

SAW-Wheat!!! Blake.... Good work on grip.
not easy for some of us..... Me........

Thrown away more grip than I have applied properly to vintage decks...
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Some great collections there...love those Torques, never evenheard of them before.
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Here s a couple of 24" Bahne decks. One is all NOS withe Chromed Bahne trucks and 65mm Power Paw wheels. Thanks Mike in MD for the trucks and wheels!  The other deck has Nos ACS gold 500's and huge! NOS Rolls Royce Silver Cloud wheels, like 75mm!! Thanks 300hp David for the wheels!!!





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Silver Cloud wheels. I think they would have cost a mint when they came out just as well.
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