This reminds me of the Performer I had. I purchased from the original owner and the bottom tint looked very odd and not uniform. You can see on the corner of the tail were the color was chipped off.
Damn nice Performer. Another of the later run with a Waveset box and two color font lam. Did you sell it for decent money? What size is it?
Really not trying to sell it, just determine authenticity. All sign lead to 100% original despite some unusual color tells 9'4". I would however entertain offers
Thanks! I texted Weber and they said it was not at all uncommon to find tinted"hot coats". It also looks as if color was added over the stringer because you can see where it appears the tape off Was not perfect
Nice bunch of Performers posted in threads here at Sways of late. Always knew that Dewey sold a ton of boards East and West, but have been surprised the last few years at how many Hansen's there were from coast to coast. It would be a good guess to say that Hobie, Hansen and Weber were the big three nationally.
That which can be assorted without evidence was read in an illegal magazine.
The Weber Performer was by far, the best selling board of that era and is now the best selling Long Board ever.
No; It's not an ironing board.