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Thread: Aged PRS you say? Why YES!

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    Auth. PRS Dealer Brian Meader's Avatar
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    Cool Aged PRS you say? Why YES!

    Brian Meader
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    That Video Guy crgtr's Avatar
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    I kinda like it!
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    Awesome.
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    Very nice! I like!

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    I like the idea a lot, but on a 408 it looks quite strange, maybe because its a new model.

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    Looks like I am in the minority, but I don't like it. It doesn't look road worn, but it does look intentionally relic'd. I would like a real road worn PRS (Casper comes to mind). I guess I'm picky...
    1988 CE24, 1995 CE22, 2000 SC, 2006 Cu24 AP, 2006 SC AP, 2007 CuRo22, 2008 Mira, 2010 Starla Stoptail, 2012 Mira
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    Looks cool Brian. Who did the work for you?

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