For some unknown reason in the mid 90’s we decided that really big wheels were cool. I remember riding a pair of 62mm First Divison Wheels. 1779dean is selling a pair of 60mm Hook-Ups wheels. I remember wanting to buy these from CCS, but they were sold out. The wheels appear to be in good shape but have yellowed a little. The seller will only sell them as a set, although I don’t know why you would ask for just one.
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yodarides is selling a rare Droors Clothing skateboard. I’m not sure if this was a promo or if Droors actuallly had decks. I do know this is before DC Shoes bought them and increased the clothing line. Later DC sold them to World Industries.
mindcontrol_minions is selling a super rare Guy Mariano deck from Blind. Mark McKee is a legend when it comes to skateboard art. This deck is not mint, but it is very close to it. I know there will a lot of people after this deck.
kkyy23 has some really rare decks from the 90’s for sale. Check out this rare Tony Hawk deck from Birdhouse. This was the first time the Hawk Skull was repressed outside of Powell. Only 200 of these gold decks were screened.
kkyy23 is selling a rare one off Red Eyes deck from Hook-Ups. I’ve posted this before, I guess no one bought it. The deck features the classic red eyes graphic, with an added bonus. The graphic is screened upside down in black.
Hey Papi, poppysnursery! Back at again selling some rare Hook-Ups deck’s for dat ass. Check out the sexy Vixens slick. Still in the shrink wrap. Definitely a must own. Don’t forget to support Jeremy with all his new Hook-Ups merch. Skater owned for life.
jjf11 is selling a rare poster from Hook-Ups. I own poster as well. I will let you read his description, and you tell me what is wrong with it. “One of the coolest skateboarding posters made back in the day! Vintage Hook Up’s poster featuring Jeremy Wray getting kicked in the head by Ming Tran, a third degree black belt. I got the poster from a shop I used to work at and it has been preserved in a poster tube for all these years. I never ended up hanging it because I didn’t want to ruin it. Such a cool image and one that everybody wanted to get their hands on when it came out. Measures 31 inches wide by 23 inches tall.Here’s a rare chance to own this classic piece of good old skateboarding advertising at its best! You may never see this one again!”