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  1. Powell Peralta Cab Street Dragon & Bats Skateboard Complete Pink -  10 157 sp3

    Powell Peralta Cab Street Dragon & Bats Skateboard Complete Pink - 10 157 sp3

    LONG 4 - 2.5" old school truck hole pattern

    About the Cab Street Artwork:

    In 1987 street skating was rapidly gaining popularity. Steve Caballero not only excelled at vert skating but was a top contender on the "Street-Style" circuit. Powell-Peralta decided to introduce an additional Cab deck model specifically designed for street. Artist V.C. Johnson created a new dragon graphic with a bats & bones background. Cab's name was also created in the bat shape since Cab was into Batman at the time. The Powell-Peralta logo was made using the Animal Chin font, also a sign of the times.

    Originally Released: 1987

    Artwork by: Vernon Courtlandt Johnson

    Features:

     long 4 - 2.5" old school truck hole pattern

    Powell-Peralta™ Re-Issue Construction

    Powell-Peralta re-issue decks are close reproductions of their 1980’s counterparts, featuring the original Pro graphics and shape, top graphic logo and concave. They are manufactured in our Santa Barbara skateboard factory, which is still directed by a few of the same craftsmen that made them originally.

    Assembly Includes PP Blem Deck, PP Wheels (wheels may vary from image), Indy 169 Trucks, Bones REDS Bearings, ML Grip, risers and hardware

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  2. Powell Peralta OG Rodriguez Skull & Sword 06 Skateboard Assembly Yellow- 10.0  166 SP3

    Powell Peralta OG Rodriguez Skull & Sword 06 Skateboard Assembly Yellow- 10.0 166 SP3

    This Assembly is made with a Powell Peralta OG Rodriguez Skull & Sword Blem Deck in Yellow, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Mini Cubic Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo Grip, risers and hardware.

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    $214.95
     
  3. Powell Peralta OG McGill Skull & Snake Skateboard Assembly Hot Pink- 10.0  160 SP3

    Powell Peralta OG McGill Skull & Snake Skateboard Assembly Hot Pink- 10.0 160 SP3

    This assembly is made with a Powell Peralta OG McGill Skull & Snake Blem deck, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Mini Cubic Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo grip, risers and hardware.

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    $214.95
     
  4. Powell Peralta  Old School Ripper 16 Skateboard Assembly - Nat/ Blue 10.0  144

    Powell Peralta Old School Ripper 16 Skateboard Assembly - Nat/ Blue 10.0 144

    This Assembly is made with a Powell Peralta Ripper Deck, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo Grip, risers and hardware

    Wheels may vary with assembly

    Details

    Arguably the most iconic skateboard graphic of all time, "The Ripper" was illustrated in 1983 by legendary Powell-Peralta artist V.C. Johnson. Originally the graphic was used as a "Bones Sold Here" dealer window sticker. Next, the artwork found it's way onto t-shirts and eventually decks. The Ripper graphic has stood the test of time and has been a staple of the Powell-Peralta line for over 30 years.

    Originally Released: 1983

    Artwork by: Vernon Courtlandt Johnson

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  5. Powell Peralta  Caballero Ban This Skateboard Assembly - Mint  11.9

    Powell Peralta Caballero Ban This Skateboard Assembly - Mint 11.9

    This assembly is made with a Powell Peralta Steve Caballero BAN THIS deck, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo grip, risers and hardware.

    Wheels may vary with assembly

    About the Cab Ban This Dragon Artwork:

    In 1988 Powell-Peralta ran an "Artist Wanted" advertisement in TWS and Thrasher. The contest "winner" would get a job in the Powell-Peralta art department in Santa Barbara. The artist selected was Sean Cliver, mainly because his illustration style closely resembled VCJ's. Cliver's first deck design, the Barbee Ragdoll, was a departure from the traditional VCJ look, but when it came time to update the Caballero dragon, Sean emulated the master. At some point later, someone dubbed the graphic Cab "Ban This" Dragon since it was prominently featured in that video (think slow-motion sequence).

    Originally Released: 1988

    Artwork by: Sean Cliver

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  6. Powell Peralta Vallely Elephant 06 Skateboard Assembly Navy- 10.0  163 SP3

    Powell Peralta Vallely Elephant 06 Skateboard Assembly Navy- 10.0 163 SP3

    This Assembly is made with a Powell Peralta Mike V. Elephant Deck in Navy, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Rat Bone Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo Grip, risers, and hardware.

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  7. Powell Peralta  Welinder Classic Skateboard Assembly - Natural 9.625  193

    Powell Peralta Welinder Classic Skateboard Assembly - Natural 9.625 193

    Details

    This Assembly is made with a Powell Peralta Per Welinder Deck in Natural, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo Grip, risers and hardware

    Wheels may vary with assembly

    About The Nordic Skull artwork:

    The Per Welinder Viking Skull was illustrated by V.C. Johnson in 1984. The fanged fantasy graphic was meant to reflect Per's Swedish origins. It was initially assigned to his freestyle model without the rock texture background, which was added in an updated version in 1986. In 1987 the new full-length graphic was adapted for a street model as Per began performing freestyle / street demos. The eighth century Runic stone lettering spells out Per's name as well as the background quote, "Search and strive, push beyond with strength, yours not theirs, that is the key." Something Per came up with. The graphic was also used for T-shirts and stickers.

    Originally Released: 1984

    Artwork by: Vernon Courtlandt Johnson

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  8. Powell Peralta  OG Ripper 13 Skateboard Assembly - Orange 10.0 265 SPO

    Powell Peralta OG Ripper 13 Skateboard Assembly - Orange 10.0 265 SPO

    This Assembly is made with a Powell Peralta Ripper Deck in Orange, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo Grip, risers and hardware

    Wheels may vary with assembly

    About the Ripper Artwork

    Arguably the most iconic skateboard graphic of all time, "The Ripper" was illustrated in 1983 by legendary Powell-Peralta artist V.C. Johnson. Originally the graphic was used as a "Bones Sold Here" dealer window sticker. Next, the artwork found it's way onto t-shirts and eventually decks. The Ripper graphic has stood the test of time and has been a staple of the Powell-Peralta line for over 30 years.

    Originally Released: 1983

    Artwork by: Vernon Courtlandt Johnson

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    $214.95
     
  9. Powell Peralta SAIZ TOTEM Skateboard Assembly Pink- 10.0  282 SP3

    Powell Peralta SAIZ TOTEM Skateboard Assembly Pink- 10.0 282 SP3

    This Assembly is made with a Powell Peralta Saiz Totem Deck in Pink, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta G-Bones Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo Grip, risers and hardware

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    $214.95
     
  10. Powell Peralta Steadham Spade 12 Skateboard Assembly Purple Aqua- 10.0  153 SP3

    Powell Peralta Steadham Spade 12 Skateboard Assembly Purple Aqua- 10.0 153 SP3

    This Assembly is made with a Powell Peralta Steadham Spade Deck, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Mini Cubic Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo Grip, risers and hardware

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    $214.95
     
  11. Powell Peralta  OG Rat Bones Skateboard Assembly - Olive Green 10.0 265 SPO

    Powell Peralta OG Rat Bones Skateboard Assembly - Olive Green 10.0 265 SPO

    This assembly is made with a Powell Peralta Vato Rat Deck in Olive, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo grip, risers and hardware.

    Wheels may vary with assembly

    About the Vato Rat Bones Artwork:

    The Vato Rat was created by artist Craig Stecyk. Coming from the Santa Monica Dogtown "Z-Boy" surf-skate scene of the 1970's, Stecyk was surrounded by Hispanic gang culture and graffiti. At the time he was airbrushing a lot of Zephyr surfboards and blended that influence into his work. The Vato Rat was one of the many symbols he used to decorate surfboards and generally mark territory at local surf spots. In 1983 Stacy Peralta decided to bring the Vato Rat back as a Powell-Peralta graphic. They called it "Rat Bones" and it was used in advertising, on decks, stickers and T-shirts.

    Originally Released: 1983

    Artwork by: Craig Stecyk

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  12. Powell Peralta  Nicky Guerrero Mask Skateboard Assembly - Purple 10.0  279

    Powell Peralta Nicky Guerrero Mask Skateboard Assembly - Purple 10.0 279

    This Assembly is made with a Powell Peralta Nicky Guerrero Mask Deck in Purple, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo Grip, risers, and hardware.

    Wheels may vary with assembly

    Details

    Hailing from Denmark, in 1989, Nicky joined Powell Peralta. Spending lots of time on the European tours, he did around 40-60 demos a year in Europe with different skaters from the team including Mike McGill, Steve Caballero, Tony Hawk, Lance Mountain, Ray Barbee, Frankie Hill, Ray Underhill, Bucky Lasek, Tommy Toiminen and more. His graphic was drawn by Sean Cliver, inspired from a book on Polynesian art.

    Originally Released: 1989

    Artwork by: Sean Cliver

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  13. Powell Peralta Geegah Skull & Sword Skateboard Assembly - Hot Pink  9.75 179

    Powell Peralta Geegah Skull & Sword Skateboard Assembly - Hot Pink 9.75 179

    This Assembly is made with a Powell Peralta Gee Gah Skull & Sword Deck in Hot Pink, Independent 169 Trucks, Powell Peralta Wheels, Bones REDS Bearings, Mini Logo Grip, risers, and hardware.

    Wheels may vary with assembly

    Details

    In 1986 jump ramps were all the rage. Easy to build, portable and fun to launch off of. Unfortunately, decks were snapping left and right. Powell-Peralta deck returns were so high the company sought ways to make decks stronger and more resistant to jump breaks. One solution was Bonite construction. Another was the "Gee-Gaw" shape which had bumps to reinforce the break zone area. Why "Gee-Gaw?" Ask Chris Iverson. This shape was also used for the Ripper graphic. They were produced between 1987 and 1988.

    About the art:

    The Rodriguez "Skull & Sword" deck was the first pro signature deck graphic produced by Powell-Peralta. The graphic was conceived by Ray and Illustrated by V.C. Johnson with art direction from George Powell in 1979

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Nothing compares to the thrill of riding an old school complete skateboard. Whether you want a replica of your favorite 1980's set up or you're getting one for the first time, you'll be excited when it arrives at your door ready to roll! Most of Skate One's old school complete skateboards are over 9 inches wide, which makes it easy to stay balanced on them. Our selection of old school complete skateboards changes as new decks are released so don't hesitate to make a purchase if you see something you like!