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  1. #41
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    I plan on heading down there to see his stash sometime soon...hopefully I can get a good deal on something. I really want a good nose rider for the summer time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgarbutt View Post
    Not really for a pop-out, it was made by Dextra. Not a big market for them, but for someone that really wants one i guess $400 would be a good price. He had a Noll Duke Noserider that was sick though.
    damook's confused, educate me. I know what the term 'popout' means for today's boards, but popouts from the 60's? how does the term apply?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaMook View Post
    damook's confused, educate me. I know what the term 'popout' means for today's boards, but popouts from the 60's? how does the term apply?
    Yeah its a pop out but on a diffent levle. They pump foam into a blow molded case after it hardens they split the mold smooth the edged and glass it. They were sold in stores like Sear for less them a 100 dollars.

    They are the OG in Pop Outs

  4. Yup pretty much they were molded from a master board the shaper made, then the just blew the foam in the mold, routed in a stringer, and had them glassed. They were sold everywhere, department stores, hardware store, beach shacks etc. Dextra was the largest company for this and went until the 70's. The equivalent today would be Surftech, their boards are molded, with no shaping necessary. So these boards aren't very much collectible, because they never were really shaped by anyone. Its like buying a painting from Walmart, never will have any real value, but a cheap decoration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MATT JOHNSON View Post
    Yeah its a pop out but on a diffent levle. They pump foam into a blow molded case after it hardens they split the mold smooth the edged and glass it. They were sold in stores like Sear for less them a 100 dollars.

    They are the OG in Pop Outs

    Quote Originally Posted by mgarbutt View Post
    Yup pretty much they were molded from a master board the shaper made, then the just blew the foam in the mold, routed in a stringer, and had them glassed. They were sold everywhere, department stores, hardware store, beach shacks etc. Dextra was the largest company for this and went until the 70's. The equivalent today would be Surftech, their boards are molded, with no shaping necessary. So these boards aren't very much collectible, because they never were really shaped by anyone. Its like buying a painting from Walmart, never will have any real value, but a cheap decoration.
    oooohhhhh...wow that's really interesting thanks. I never thought that companies had existed that far back with that specific business model in mind. Time to wiki!!

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    http://jerseyshore.craigslist.org/spo/2269710087.html

    nice step up my buddy is selling.

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    gerry lopez board 6500$ too cheap?


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