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August 07, 2009


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Classic Longboards:
Boards we wish we never sold,swapped,or forgot about.

Mistral Equipe
Mistral Superlight
Vassina 390
Fanatic Ultracat
Bic Dufour Wing
Widsurfer One Design
original Hi Tech 9'8"

Pete Roesch and George Marr did well on their Ultracats at the races, that's for sure. It will be interesting seeing what shows up at the fall swap meets.

my F2 Comet was alotta fun! fast! nice tail shape.

Anybody want a Wing? I got a contact. But I'm keeping my Equipe!

As a newbie should I learn with an old Wing Dufour or Bic Windsurfer from my garage and get new rigs for them ?

Andie, you should not do that. There are any number of much better boards for learning on (and rigs that will work with them) that you can now buy used. It's much easier to learn windsurfing now. Not easy, but easier, with more modern (ie made in the last dozen years) equipment.

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    "It's good to have a shredmobile" my friend Caldwell said, so I made one. It's a Ford E150 cargo van done up with lumber and k-mart plastic boxes.