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Info About an Adam Cue


Info About an Adam Cue

Someone said it may be an Adam cue. Any info appreciated.

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Info About an Adam Cue

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  1. hbickikibilliardsforum on 3/3/2019 2:43:25 AM

    Your cue looks like an Adam CB-25 cue from the Adam Superstar series from the 1980s.

    Adam Superstar Features

    All CM, CB, and STR cues come with Superstar Features:

    • Top Quality French Leather Tips
    • Special Ferrule Material
    • Implex Joints on CBs
    • Nylon or Linen Wraps
    • White Rock Canadian Maple Shafts
    • Professional Taper and Balance

    adam-cb25-cue.jpg

  2. hbickikihbickiki on 3/3/2019 2:54:14 AM

    Thanks! You Rock!

    I couldn't find any info on the cue.

    Do u know the value of Adam CB-25 cues?

  3. hbickikibilliardsforum on 3/3/2019 3:18:05 AM

    Might be worth somewhere between $100 and $150 in that condition.

  4. hbickikihbickiki on 3/3/2019 4:00:08 AM

    Cool. I got the cue for $40 at a garage sale.

    Would it be worth restoring? Like, what is a price range on getting a cue restored? What would the value be afterward?

    I would like to check into that, as a surprise for my boyfriend. As you can tell I'm clueless on this subject. I'll do some research when I get time now that I know more details about it.

    Thanks so much for the info.

  5. hbickikibilliardsforum on 3/3/2019 4:43:38 AM

    $40 is certainly a deal assuming the cue and shaft are straight.

    As far as restoration goes - it will probably run you about $100 give or take for a full restoration (but this price can vary widely depending on the level of work you want done).

    With this particular cue, I think the value may increase by about the price of the restoration.

    All of this is highly subjective and the market is highly volatile so your results may vary greatly from what I'm saying here.

    In my opinion, a restoration does not make sense if you are trying to flip the cue for a profit. However, I think if you are trying to make a special gift of the cue, a restoration could be appropriate.

    Let us know what you end up doing, and if you DO restore it, would love to see some after-pictures.

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Info About an Adam Cue

  • Title: Info About an Adam Cue
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  • Published: 3/2/2019 6:09:24 AM
  • Last Updated: 3/3/2019 3:21:34 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)