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NOS World Industries Chris “Dune” Pastras One-off lot

ONCE AGAIN BACK IS THE INCREDIBLE! I’m sorry that I haven’t been posting for a minute but my Photoshop crapped the bed on my pc and I moved from Philly to Boston so shit’s been mad hectic and I haven’t had the chance. I saw some of boardhoarder‘s joints and was inspired to get to posting again! I’m going to start with this amazing World Industries Chris “Dune” Pastras 2-board lot. These are one-off decks made for riders that you probably won’t see anywhere else. These Dune Baby graphics are already some of the greatest/most iconic graphics ever, imagine having them like this! It’s time like this that I wish I was ballin’.

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NOS World Industries Blind 101 Thumbs Up Full Collection

whats_a_fotoomsh already solidified himself as the most valuable vintage skateboard Ebayer in the world in my opinion. This Aussie has been peddling a plethora of ill shit since before I’ve been posting on Skatenoize. This FULL NOS COLLECTION of the World Industries, Blind and 101 “Thumbs Up” series is just one last testament to his supremacy. 7 decks total. This one’s only for the heavy hitters with deep pockets. Busters need not even watch this auction.

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NOS Stereo Team deck

erocksk8er has this cool older Stereo deck with a low starting price. Not sure what year this is from but it’s a 7.5 so i’m guessing around 96? Who knows. It’s dope and NOS doe.

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NOS Cease & Desist World/Blind/101 lot

Here’s a cool lot from alienware815. This is the entire remake of the “Thumbs Up” collection made by CEASE & DESIST plus their remake of Adam McNatt’s classic Charlie Manson/Peanuts graphic on 101. I don’t really care too much for remakes but it would be cool to have all of these.

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2002 Stereo Skateboards Jason Lee Art Series

Here’s a cool piece from Stereo‘s 2002 Art Series from chipdelam. This particular piece is by now-Scientologist Jason Lee and is actually signed and numbered by him! I feel like a $130 BIN is a great price. Live long and prosper.

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Stereo Chris Dune Pastras Deck

bimmeracing is selling a cool Chris Pastras deck from Stereo Skateboards. This deck was released in 2007 and was limited edition reissue of a classic shape. The deck features an updated version of the World Industries buddah baby graphic.

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RARE VINTAGE DUNE WORLD INDUSTRIES SKATEBOARD SHIRT XL

orange_krate is back again. I love this guy. What we are looking at is a rare World Industries Chris Pastras shirt. Everything looks to be in perfect condition graphic still intact no rips holes or stains.

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STEREO JASON LEE COACH FRANK DECK- Skate 3

I know most of you love video games. Skate was one of my favorite games for the PS3. Skate 3 is even better. boardculture is selling a Jason Lee Coach Frank deck from Stereo. This deck was made to made to promote the game from EA Sports. I know there are Jason Lee fans out there. What would go better with that new living room set? I think it’s time you invest in Mr. Lee.

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Cease and Desist World Industries DUNE Skateboard RED Number 98 To A Limited Run Of ONLY 100 Decks!

Yet another extremely limited but Cease and Desist Skateboard. This time platinumanimation is selling the Chris “Dune” Pastras World Industries Red Monster deck. Many of you may know this guy from Looney Toons. His name is actually Gossamer and he is a very interesting person. This deck is numbered 98/100 so its pretty rare. If you don’t have the pleasure of owning an original maybe you could pick this up.

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Dune-World Industries Vintage T-shirt

I love all the old World Industries shirts that were released in the early 90’s. World always had a good sense of humor. They never took their graphics too seriously. tonytheskater This was part of the cease and desist series, World would spoof a bunch of pop culture art and then be threatened by legal action if they did not stop. 101 and Blind Skateboards were also under the World umbrella, and they also issued graphics spoofing Looney Tunes characters. For anyone interested in the story of World Industries check out the The Man Who Souled the World.

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