I'm not into board collecting, but I've come to possess a board (made in '68) that has a lot of historical signifigance to me and the community I live in, as well as (probably) a pretty high dollar value. I plan to keep it in my workplace, don't have any plan to sell it. It is in generally good condition with a few small/moderate dings. I repair boards for a living and am capable of doing the best possible repairs, can match Q-cel color to yellowed foam etc., BUT...is a collectable board more valuable unrepaired and thus in "original" condition, but in less ridable condition, or with expert repairs made to the point of watertight ridability? Thanks for your ideas.