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I am new to the forum and I have been searching for the first board I ever owned. It is a 1994 Burton air. It was a 141 I believe. Here is the only picture I could find of it...

(also, any help with where I could find it would be great too)




Thanks for looking.
 

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I feel ya man, I loved those old-school sticks. I have my second board ever still (good buddy's still got the ol' Woody 132) I have the Elite 150, just got a steal on a 3yr old NEW Burton Fish 160 though and I can't wait to ride it!!!
 

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I feel ya man, I loved those old-school sticks. I have my second board ever still (good buddy's still got the ol' Woody 132) I have the Elite 150, just got a steal on a 3yr old NEW Burton Fish 160 though and I can't wait to ride it!!!
Yeah it's hard to find em nowadays and everyone wants to collect them.:dunno:
 

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I had my Elite 150 hanging on racks in my garage for years. When I got foreclosed on in 2011 and went to move and pack up, the old-school highbacks literally crumbled in my hands lol. Kept the board though, broke my wrist on that joker it's never going anywhere!
 

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I had my Elite 150 hanging on racks in my garage for years. When I got foreclosed on in 2011 and went to move and pack up, the old-school highbacks literally crumbled in my hands lol. Kept the board though, broke my wrist on that joker it's never going anywhere!
I would really like to get a nice nostalgic ride on one this winter on that small heavy stick.

I cannot believe this is so hard to find!
 
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