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Old 03-12-2012, 01:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have forum peter line custom with Jim Morrison graphics looking to find out more information about the board but I have been unsuccesful through searching the internet.
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I have forum peter line custom with Jim Morrison graphics looking to find out more information about the board but I have been unsuccesful through searching the internet.
Love to see a pic.
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Old 03-12-2012, 03:33 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Pretty cool. I googled a little. Appears to be '03/'04(although I saw some posts dated early '03 so maybe '02/'03?). It was a pro model which also seemed highly regarded by Forum aficionados. The right buyer might pay you dearly for it.
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do you have the site that you found that on, I have searched google like crazy trying to find something and it seemed like it was a ghost board more or less. The only things I ever found were threads of people talking about how sick it would be to have a board like this. If you have the site I would love to look at it.
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unsure if you knew but this post was possibly looking for that board: wanted-90s-boards.html
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Old 03-13-2012, 07:39 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Forum Peter Line Freestyle Reviews
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it's a neat graphic, and there's a bit of history behind it as well. in the mid ninties, i believe it was foursquare that ran an ad that was a series of pics of peter line slowly morphing into jim morrison in this pic. Jim morrison image by emeric_04 on Photobucket

i remember a lot of talk about it at the time- people saying damn, he really does look like jim morrison. it came out right as foursquare was getting off the ground, so it really helped launch the brand.

i'm guessing that this was where the inspiration came for that graphic.

all that being said, i've never run into anyone looking for that board. seen it for sale a few times, but never any action. same goes for most of his forum boards. the only one i wouldn't mind putting in my collection is the fear and loathing graphic, and only because i like fear and loathing. at this point in time, peter's only real collectable boards are his div23 boards. and they are rare! hold on to your board for a few more years and it might be more valuable. otherwise, don't expect too much if you try selling it.
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Wow, that's neat to know the history behind the board. I had been searching trying to find out more about it. Wasn't really sure if it was rare or not could just never find what year it was and what style until I found this site. Thanks again for the info.
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