PS, sold one to a good friend for 250 a couple years back.
I still have a NOS on display.
2500?? Damn. Either no clue or ??
Jack, did I give you one of these? I gave someone one a few years ago.
100$ , wow!
After giving it a couple days of pow, I offered it to a guy that has been very generous to me in the past. He has probably a dozen boards that I have flowed to him at cost. Low cost Including two burners, bunch of tankers, numerous race boards and a Tinkler. Win- Win. My friends tend to benefit from my appetite for high end board gear My guess is yours do too!
Here is something that you almost NEVER see!
I am going to be bidding on this gem, be aware!
I had no idea that they were made in CT!
That thing looks crazy! It would be just the thing for my Sweetie - a telemarker that I'm trying to convert to hardboot snowboarding. Ace, good thing for you I have no money right now! Hope you get it.
Last edited by two_ravens; September 29th, 2011 at 06:18 PM. Reason: can't type
'It's not every day that's a blessing. Every breath is a blessing.' - Jimmy Zell
So here's a distorted reality. I posted the conflict in the main forum thread an hour before the auction ended. http://www.ebay.com/itm/2009-SG-Snow...item256ad5485a
This is the board people were bidding on http://www.ebay.com/itm/2009-SG-Snow...46627076452761
and this was the board that sold recently http://www.ebay.com/itm/2009-SG-Snow...item256ad5485a
Now it maybe that the guy didn't have a digital camera, so borrowed the photos. And just maybe he liked the description, so copied all of that. I can quite believe that if you live in Florida an SG board would sit in your garage doing nothing, but I don't believe you would let it go for $300.
Yep, I have had photos "Stolen" many times. One of the reasons I often use "Watermarking" . using the content /description from other auctions is also very common. I will tell what really irks me is when someone steals my photos, my verbage and then runs an auction at the same time as mine!! Ebay doesn't get very excited about it either. Just too common. "Hot Linking" is even worse. Not only are they stealing your work / photo but they are stealing your bandwidth. I have turned the table on that more than once. I just change the photo that they have linked to to something less appealing
Hot damn! If I was still in the UK I would have been on that in a flash. Someone got a serious bargain, it seems.
"With an ace up my sleeve and a sneaky Plan B"
"I'll try to be nicer if you try to be smarter"
Last edited by BobD; January 17th, 2012 at 10:30 AM.
Hyak Ski and Snowboard Adventure
Nice.A few years back I had found where someone had linked one of my photo's from a vintage toy site I used to run to a website of theirs so I just substituted a porn pic. Took them a few days to realize what had happened, but I think they got the message.
I used "Signs" or odd photos. I did not want anything objectionable on my site. Never know where that might go.
Posters, keep in mind that in a month or so the links will result in this:
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For future readers it helps to note what the subject is or post a photo?
Just a thought
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