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post #11 of 33 (permalink) Old 03-15-2012, 01:06 PM
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LOL Your offer was fair I think. I decided I didn't want to regret selling it like the Trout Brushie and my first Elite 150. I don't hold this board in the same regard but I still remember picking it up at Mad Mike's Bitchin Boards in Boston MA as a warranty replacement for my Avalanche Kick (they were no longer an Avalanche dealer but since I bought the board there they honored the warranty). I had to kick in a few bucks but it was still an awesome deal.
That's one reason I keep hanging on to my old Kemper. It'll make great wall art in my den, and if I sold it I know I'd never find another one to replace it...
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Well I have an old Kemper Phantom, not sure if this is the one you want though?
I don't have a pic of it, cause it's been retired from the quiver.
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Is this the board you are lookin' for?
Kemper Fantom (1992) - Snowboardmuseum.de
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Polemite, this might interest you, see ebay #280845086258

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thanks. i did see that one, but i've already got it, and this one is overpriced by a lot. i've actually bought a board from that seller before, and i wound up meeting him and going riding with with him cuz he and his wife moved out here for the winter. small world. i know what he paid for that board, so i know he's just fishing with that price tag.
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Is this the board you are lookin' for?
Kemper Fantom (1992) - Snowboardmuseum.de
haha! yup thats the one. i bought that board new in 92. by the time i sold it in 94 to pay for the next board, i had the stance t-nutted at 26.5", the nose and tail rounded out, and the topsheet painted blue like the tarquin robbins aggression.

i gotta warn you though, this board isn't very high on my wishlist. its at the bottom in fact. so if you're looking to sell, just be prepared cuz i'm not gonna offer much. just wanna give you the heads up, cuz i don't want to insult you, and i don't want to get labeled as a low-baller.

if that doesn't bother you though, let me know and we'll talk.
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K, perfect.

That's not the one I have. I know they are heaps of very heavy shit, so your offer of 3 wooden nickles doesn't even offend me.

I had a freestyle 165 & it wasn't even my first board.

I also had to install T nuts to widen my stance.
Don't forget the chopped high backs, for the Jibtastic tweaks!!

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K, perfect.

That's not the one I have. I know they are heaps of very heavy shit, so your offer of 3 wooden nickles doesn't even offend me.

I had a freestyle 165 & it wasn't even my first board.

I also had to install T nuts to widen my stance.
Don't forget the chopped high backs, for the Jibtastic tweaks!!

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yes! absolutely right about the highbacks. i rode without them at all for a while, but when i got tired of that i put them back on and chopped them down. hahaha.
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Well I have an old buddy with this one, again this is not mine.

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All right, How much is a Noah Salasnek worth to you?
Where you are located is a big factor, I'm guessing.
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depends which noah board you are talking about... i have interest in his h-street deck, the skate truck board, and noah's ark. but not the stars and stripes.

the h-street i'd pay good money for. if you've got one of these, lets get down to business.

the skate truck board has good value for collectors, but honestly they are abundant up here in canada. i have 2 right now, i traded away a third, and i have someone trying to sell me another one. i'll take as many as i can find, but i'd only pay the same average price that i'm paying right here at home.

i also already have a noah's ark board, and i'm not really looking for another one. but i might take one just because i know someone that is looking for one. again, i wouldn't consider it unless the price is low.


although i live in canada, i have a shipping address in washington. i just zip across the border and pick up my boards there. shipping costs across the western states usually run between $18-$25.
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