|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|04-13-2014 07:37 PM|
|pzimm373||Thanks everyone. I will just fix the edge and keep it to ride.|
|04-13-2014 07:21 PM|
|ridinbend||Fix it up and give it to someone who wants it.|
|04-13-2014 06:56 PM|
Originally Posted by neni View Post
|04-13-2014 06:47 PM|
Originally Posted by NWBoarder View Post
OP: a damaged/repaired board from '06 won't sell. Since you like to craft, make a bench of it
|04-13-2014 05:56 PM|
Originally Posted by pax View Post
|04-13-2014 12:52 PM|
|04-13-2014 12:49 PM|
Originally Posted by pzimm373 View Post
|04-13-2014 12:30 PM|
|pzimm373||Really. You don't think I can get anything for it|
|04-13-2014 12:05 PM|
Sorry to say, you will never see your $ 23.00 again.
You would have been at your highest efficiency by never stopping to pick up the board.
|04-13-2014 11:59 AM|
So yesterday while driving down the road I came across someone throwing away their old Burton Seven board. It is the 155cm from 2006. There was some base damage which I easily patched up with a bit of p-tex, and in addition there was a piece of the edge missing. I have already invested 23 dollars into fixing the board (without repairing the missing edge) and am wondering how much I could sell it for. I'm looking for a good investment and will be posting pictures soon.
How much should I spend repairing the board?
Will it be more efficient to sell the board with or without bindings?