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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-28-2008, 05:03 PM Thread Starter
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fix it or leave it...

So Ive got an old 1995 Burton Brushi Cruzin 153 (Artefact x2007.323.1:**Snowboard - Canadian Ski Museum) considering the history of the board, and the fact that it is missing a 14in. segment of edge along the nose, should I fix it? or leave it
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probably just leave. why not get a new board. the lowerend burton boards are prolly better then that.

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the question isnt coming from a riding perspective. but whether ill compromise a oiece of snowboarding history
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alright in that sence then yeah go for it, looks like a kickass board
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that board is fucking reall man..
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I think you should take care of it a save it for history.(Muesuem?)
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anyone else have an opinion on the matter? I know this is kind of a collectors item in a way, and before I start hacking chunks out of the base I want to know some other peoples opinions, maybe a moderator, or someone who remembers when this board was released??
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Your basically asking will it ruin the value of the board to fix it like an old piece of furniture.

I would email that place you found it and ask them, they will know a lot more about collectors items then people here probably.

Can you post a pic of the damage? I would think fixing it flawlessly would not affect the value but doing anything obvious to change it would.
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Ive owned it for a few years, but it has not been in my possession for a while, I bought it off an old high school friends buddy. the edges are just about solid rust and there is a 14 in segment or so missing and another 3 in missing. Ill try to post pictures tomorrow.
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Ive owned it for a few years, but it has not been in my possession for a while, I bought it off an old high school friends buddy. the edges are just about solid rust and there is a 14 in segment or so missing and another 3 in missing. Ill try to post pictures tomorrow.
probably has no value, but it would be pimpin on your wall...
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