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dre7ams 10-31-2006 2:28 PM

If I sell my HL 06 Premier 141 signed by Danny Harf, how much would be the reasonable price? <BR>I am just curious about that. <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/1/380422.html?1161550066" target="_blank">http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/1/380422.html?1161550066</a>

jsimpson7 10-31-2006 3:43 PM

your nuts! i wouldn't even think about sellin it...

dre7ams 10-31-2006 3:48 PM

John, I will never sell it. I just want to know its value. ^^;

deltawakerider 10-31-2006 3:49 PM


jsimpson7 10-31-2006 4:24 PM

i am not sure it would be worth that much right now. BUT years from now.....with the growth of wakeboarding, it could def be worth something

solo 10-31-2006 4:32 PM

Just because Danny's signature is on it doesn't mean it's worth any more than any other used HL deck.

K.B.C. 10-31-2006 4:35 PM


helix_rider 10-31-2006 5:32 PM

To give an answer, I pose another question: <BR> <BR>If you had the opportunity to buy a board from 10 years ago that had the signature of the reigning champion (Shapiro most likely) of that time, what would it be worth to you? <BR> <BR>In 10 years I would probably look at your Premier and say, "That board is old, covered with stale graphics, and the dude couldn't even throw a 1440 off the double up...I'll give you $50" <IMG SRC="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0>

mjfan23 10-31-2006 5:35 PM

^^^ hit the nail on the head

jsimpson7 10-31-2006 8:47 PM

i dunno dude...10 years from now, when danny harf isn't riding anymore (i hope he still is though)...it would def have some value to me...

10-31-2006 10:11 PM

Wakeboards are meant to be ridden, signed or not. I would pay the same for a signed board that I would for an unsigned one. To me, signing a picture or a flyer or something like that would increase its value more than signing a wakeboard, but that's just me.

10-31-2006 10:19 PM

Unless, of course, it was THE very first twin tip wakeboard ever made or something like that. Then it might have some kind of value. Maybe.

stephan 11-01-2006 10:10 AM

Its wakeboarding guys and supply &amp; demand dictates price. There are a ton of Danny Harf signed Premiers and thus the price is no different than an unsigned deck. Yeah Mark you might want it but how many other people will really give a crap? Danny signs things for hours at a time at the tour stops, its not a rare commodity. We have a tiny niche market and therefore memorabilia is not hard to come by or expensive to purchase.

woreout 11-01-2006 10:52 AM

$4.23 cash, right now.<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/crazy.gif" border=0>

guido 11-01-2006 11:24 AM

Yeah, if I was the one to catch a Barry Bond homerun I'd take it right out to the field and get some batting practice......

socalwakepunk 11-01-2006 11:32 AM

I have a 10 pc. bucket of chicken signed by Col. Sanders himself, how much should I ask? <BR> <BR>Also have a package of ball park franks autographed by Tommy Lee... <BR> <BR>(Message edited by socalwakepunk on November 01, 2006)

innov8actionsports.com 11-02-2006 9:02 AM

If it was the ronix board, he landed the 1080 on signed, then it would be worth some money, but its not. <BR>Tackleberry your killin me.HAHAHA<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/lol.gif" border=0>

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