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Cursing craigs list to look for a cheap set up- not sure how much time I'll have to ride this season as a beginner. Can anyone tell me what burton this is. Also if you know, care to give a nice little review or opinion.



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the bottom of the board would be much more helpful

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My bad here:
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how old is that thing? any idea on the year of production at all??

oh and what size?

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Well I have no idea of the year of production hes the origional owner and said he bought it a few years ago, its a 160 I believe. He asked 140, with the bindings- but I'm going to make a low ball offer. Was told there is a "it has a spider crack on the nose in the clear layer (no biggie), I got that the first year I got it and it does not affect the ride.. I don't ride rails, so there are no dings in the edging or the wax." Is this really not a big deal, if i make a real low ball offer.
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My bad here:
i think i got it
i'm almost positive it's a burton supermodel from 2000
if that's a 159 then i'm 100% sure it is. no idea how those ride but at least i know what the board is
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Here are some reviews on the older supermodels. Just remember that these reviews were written a while back, they are comparing the board to the boards from back then not from now. By the way, how much does the guy want for the setup? Unless it is under $50 I would look elsewhere.
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