Alright, in an effort to lighten my gear bag I'm putting up a marker that I will undoubtedly regret selling.
Here today I have my custom built Red with gold accent Dangerous Power Rev-I
*Story* I believe 5 of these guns were were produced for Huntington Beach 08 to guage interest. Shortly there after the company decided to take a radical new direction as far as looks go. NONE of the markers were ever functional. They were all milled for a board that didn't exist. While visiting DP headquarters to check out thier (then) soon to be released Rev-I , I saw this marker being used as a glorified paperweight and I told them I want it and wouldn't leave the big wigs alone until I got it in my hands.
Once I got it in my hands I dremel'd out the inside of the frame for an 07/08 Virtue Ego board. None of the dremel marks can be seen on the outside of the frame apart from my ghetto button pad. I intended to mold my own button pad/ screen cover but I was too anxious to use it and just cut down an ego one till it fit. Then life (as it often does) got a bit hectic and this beauty got thrown in my gear bag until recently. The button pad was never fabbed.
For a small fee (50) I can mold a clean looking Screen cover and button pad
I really have no idea how much this is worth so I'm starting the price at $550 Shipped OBO, buyer pays PP fees
this marker comes with two bolts. A black one, and a gold one modified for a soft face bolt tip. Two rear caps. One with a pressure guage with protective cage over it, and the other match anno'd threshold back cap. It will NOT come with the 2-liter. It will come with a match anno'd DP reg (think Hyper 2 styling).
Here is a pic snapped at Warped shortly after it was finished.
it exists obviously because you have one 0.o and im not a fan of ego boards and would tear the board out anyways and but a different board in so big *** dremmeled holes in the frame arent a huge selling point for a parker i would love to own. its a legitimate question that didn't need an ******* answer, i can do both milling and tech work the board was not a concern the assumingly big holes you dremmeled in the back of the frame how ever are
cool gat! can you get a better picture of the mod you did on the frame? the video was running to fast for the me to see the back part of the gun. i wanted to know or see if the frame got really messed up.