Diamond in the rough?

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    01-16-2010, 09:19 PM
Diamond in the rough?

Ok, so I was browsing craislist (I know, never a good start to a thread lol) and I found this:

I e-mailed the guy for more info on the first saddle - the light oil one. Does it have potential to look like a nice saddle? I've never helped bring one "back from the dead" before so to speak...it is close enough to go see it in person and I will check the tree and everything thoroughly, but is it even going to be worth it? If it does look like a diamond in the rough, any tips on helping it be the saddle it once was? Thanks.

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    01-16-2010, 09:24 PM
The 1st one does look to be in much better condition than the 2nd one. I think it would depend on how you are using it. It will never look new but it looks very usable. I think it will look the same just cleaner.

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