Just finished up another K. Miki 48/100 Predator Maestro cue. Finish work is currently around 10-14 days.
Trying to get everything caught up so that we can break loose and head to the Expo at the end of the week. Here is one that just got sent back today. Super classic ebony Paul Mottey cue with white diamonds and dressed in black lizard. Simple and eye catching… sometimes less is more. Finish work is about 10-14 days. 717.4788.CUE
Here’s a couple Meucci’s. Pictured in front is the MO-4 and it was just refinished and the shaft was cleaned. Pictured in the rear is the HOF-1 which is a brand new cue right off our wall. They didn’t change too much over the years. Finish work is currently around 10-14 days. 717.4788.CUE
This one was in a house fire. Luckily only the case burned, and melted the finish a little on the butt sleeve. A new shaft was also constructed. Finish work is currently 10-14 days.
This was sent in for a complete restore. It turned out really nice. Finish work is currently 10-14 days. 717.4788.CUE
The original finish had all worn off. We were able to maintain the original wrap. Finish work is currently around 10-14 days.
From L to R – Palmer M, Barnhart, Ginacue, McDermott, Huebler, Ed Young, Nova, Cognoscenti, McDermott, another Cog, Jacoby, Tim Scruggs, Palmer wedge. Currently our workload is around 14 days.
Nothing fancy, but not seen very often Paul Mottey jump break cue. Cue refinishing takes about 2 weeks, but cue repair is usually a few days at the most. Any questions, call 717.4788.CUE
This is a Meucci sent in for cue repair so rare, that we’ve never had one here before. In fact, we don’t even know what the model number is. Anyone have any ideas? Finish work is currently about 2 weeks. 717.4788.CUE
Since we’re on a Palmer kick right now. Here’s another magic show for you. The M will be finished / pictured next week. Finish work is currently around 2 weeks. 717.4788.CUE