old windsurfers – early '90's Bic Samba
We’ll you ain’t going to get much for it I’m afraid so eBay it and hope it goes to a good home.Posted 4 years ago
Some events (national watersports festival) have classes for 80’s kit etc. and if the whole package is as good as you say someone may buy it for that, or as a retro feeling thing.
Sad as it it, windsurfing gear, even a couple of years old, looses value faster than a used tea bag 😥
Shame you are selling it. 😥
Thanks guys. I might look to see if there is some charity Outward Bounds type of organisation that might take it in and get some proper use out of it, but it doesn’t feel like its worth ebaying – it can be more hassle than its worth sometimes. I might just bung it in the side shed for now just to get it out of the garage.Posted 4 years ago
I’m having a garage clear out and have my early to mid ’90’s Bic Samba and associated sails and kit hanging from my garage ceiling. I used this alot in the day but have since never returned to windsurfing and doubt I ever will, so its time for the old girl to go and free up some space. Is it worth putting up on ebay? Old windsurfer gear doesn’t seem to go for much if at all? Failing that is there an alternative way to offload this? I’m not bothered about reclaiming any cash for it, but just don’t want to throw it away – its in good nick and it is a very good beginner to intermediate board, even by modern day standards, so would be perfect for someone looking to get into windsurfing.
Maybe there are some charity organisations that use kit like this I could donate to?Posted 4 years ago
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