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Advice on this vintage hot buttered surf board

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Created by Emloua A week ago, 12 Feb 2020
Emloua
3 posts
12 Feb 2020 12:54AM
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Hiya, Im not exactly a surfer and know nothing about vintage surfboards ... ..however I found one in my Dads garage and wondered if anyone could suggest the age of it or where it may be best to sell a board like this and for what sort of price?
Its had a few parts mended but from what I know so far it is a Hot buttered, new wave board by Derek Hynde and I think it is a modern twin style. ( I have the two fins but they are not in the picture) Any help would be greatly appreciated!














SP
10233 posts
12 Feb 2020 8:57AM
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Try Vintage surfboard collectors or vintage surfboard valuations on face book.

Nice board though. If it was my dads I'd be keeping it for sentimental reasons.

Emloua
3 posts
12 Feb 2020 4:23PM
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SP said..
Try Vintage surfboard collectors or vintage surfboard valuations on face book.

Nice board though. If it was my dads I'd be keeping it for sentimental reasons.


Thanks will do! Yes good point x

Tassiedevel
TAS, 1996 posts
13 Feb 2020 9:12PM
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No idea what it's worth but the shaper and logo should make that board early 80s - this one is my early 80 s Albert Whitman shaped Hot Buttered with fins same era -looks to have same fin boxes as yours


MickPC
7008 posts
13 Feb 2020 8:27PM
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Very nice looking board m8

Tassiedevel
TAS, 1996 posts
14 Feb 2020 7:32AM
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Thanks Mick - haven't used that board for a couple of months - looking at the picture reminded me how much fun it is - now loaded on the car for this weekend picture is one of the beaches you missed near Stanley - secret spot



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