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How to identify an original Boomerang from a reedition? 1 year 10 months ago #70928

Thanks! I can't really see the difference between the blue parts but I am sure I bought a rere sold as an original... That will teach me to trust people on word   

Hopefully I will be more lucky with my next purchases 

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How to identify an original Boomerang from a reedition? 1 year 10 months ago #70929

The orginal had gold color screws, re-re silver like on yours.
I think you have a re-re unless he has changed a lot of parts including screws which do not seem likely...

But the dampers seems very pale as those are bright yellow when new, both vintage and re-re.

Maybe ask him which parts he has replaced to confirm or not confirm it's an re-re...?
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How to identify an original Boomerang from a reedition? 1 year 10 months ago #70930

It's probably a restored boom. But I don't think it is a bad new. And like richard  said
Shocks look vintage. 

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