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Topic Title: Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate
Topic Summary: Looking to restore to original condition
Created On: 01/22/2023 01:32 PM
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 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - WillDarryl - 01/22/2023 01:32 PM  
 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - garcia - 01/22/2023 06:21 PM  
 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - WillDarryl - 01/22/2023 07:09 PM  
 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - WillDarryl - 01/23/2023 07:03 AM  
 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - garcia - 01/23/2023 08:11 AM  
 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - SurferMic - 01/24/2023 01:37 PM  
 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - surfguysmb - 01/28/2023 07:29 AM  
 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - Cole - 01/28/2023 10:41 AM  
 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - SurfCaster - 01/29/2023 11:11 AM  
 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - surfersensei - 01/24/2023 01:43 PM  
 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - SURFSMURF - 01/25/2023 10:07 AM  
 Vintage 1968 Bing Vincent with Birth Certificate   - Cole - 01/26/2023 06:23 AM  
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WillDarryl

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I have had this surfboard since 1983. I recently got the birth certificate from Bing. It is board #2031, shaped on August 23, 1968, for Caravan Surf Shop in College College Park, Maryland. This board has Bing's rare and coveted custom floral wrap, printed directly on the fiberglass cloth. The Vincent model was named after the motorcycle and is the link between the longboard and modern day shortboard. I am looking for someone to do a full original restoration. The board has a few small dings. Someone did a terrible job glassing the fin into the box before I got it. It needs the fin cut out and the original box refurbished, maybe some slight pigment and possibly a fresh hot coat. This is an extremely rare museum piece and needs a little love and care. This board is local and I would appreciate any feedback or recommendations on who could professionally restore this to original condition. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Bjm6hQtSgtfv_9aZBjPipXW77qDzMCTC/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Bo-VNdh_5FuYPQncJDQSRcuCBZjhBupQ/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Bj2qdSYS9fR6wA0A7pe06B8wiZswYeEu/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Bh-0CYFeNyK_8zD9_kbNI3oX5NQG8iDH/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Br1YqHFW-kV-kX3gGX2k1LMLpOeedRk_/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BkafEO_NdPgonKNN7Oh2QJXxL7PqgVYc/view?usp=drivesdk

Edited: 01/22/2023 at 01:37 PM by WillDarryl
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