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September 12, 2016

From time to time, we get requests from friends of Bing to track down any information about Bing boards that were made since ’59. Greggo Hansen sent us a few photos, and the serial number of a model; from there, we contacted Bing to see if he has the original Board Certificate.

Bing replied, and supplied us with an image of the authentic Board Certificate.

If you find an old Bing, or if you ever have any questions about the Bing model you have, please contact us via Facebook!



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