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Stolen Tanker 192


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Hey everyone,

Just wanted to get the word out in case my board shows up on E-bay or anyone sees it on hill to let me know here.

I had a 97-99ish 192 tanker, wood topsheet with flourescent green base stolen from my house this summer in Evergreen, Colorado. Bindings were Flow FR pro 11 with 06-07 top strap and Palmer pls plates.

This board is pretty unique with the wood topsheet. RJ at Exotic Boards wasn't even sure of its date of manufacture.

Also taken was a Unity pride wide 160 with old Hooger bindings.

If anyone sees or hears anything about these boards please let me know here so that I may try to get them back. Mainly the Tanker.

Thanks, Ink

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Hey everyone,

Just wanted to get the word out in case my board shows up on E-bay or anyone sees it on hill to let me know here.

I had a 97-99ish 192 tanker, wood topsheet with flourescent green base stolen from my house this summer in Evergreen, Colorado. Bindings were Flow FR pro 11 with 06-07 top strap and Palmer pls plates.

This board is pretty unique with the wood topsheet. RJ at Exotic Boards wasn't even sure of its date of manufacture.

Also taken was a Unity pride wide 160 with old Hooger bindings.

If anyone sees or hears anything about these boards please let me know here so that I may try to get them back. Mainly the Tanker.

Thanks, Ink

Photo? Not sure if I have even seen the model you describe?

I was under the impression that the 192cm started production the same year as the 200cm "Millenium" ( 2000 ).

Sounds very cool

Perhaps SWT can help id it.

Photos are critical.

Good luck, we will be watching!

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Nope, I don't have any photos of the tanker.

It looks just like a big tongue depressor with some "circuit board" style graphics in blue on the tail. The base is flourescent green with a large "192" near the tail on one edge and a couple scratches filled in with black p-tex by the previous owner.

I'll see if the previous owner has any photos of it. I hadn't thought about that.

Thanks for looking guys.

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