Someone is a legend in their own mind. I will continue to ignore the asshole.
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My sentiments exactly. Nice Magazine pics tho. For a legend or an asshole.
That which can be assorted without evidence was read in an illegal magazine.
No; It's not an ironing board.
Keep in mind that it wasn't until sometime in the mid to late 60's that manufacturer's, glass shops etc became weight conscious and decided that a single layer of 10oz.Volan would work. From there they dropped to 8oz Volan. Somewhere near the late 60's "surfboard specific" fiberglass in finish other than Volan came into use. 6oz and then 4oz. I'm sure I may be off on the timeline, but pretty close. It was all about what Yater called "swing weight". A lot of manufacturers were afraid to make the jump to a light glass job. So for a period of time there were still lots of boards in the 35--40 lb range until everyone got on board with a lighter glass job. A friend of mine had a 10' Harold Iggy Model by Weber. Easy 35 ---40lb board.. The next year Weber was tuning out light weight "Performers". Hansen was actually one of the leaders for light weight boards. I am sure that BillT could comment on that period and the boards. Especially Don Hansen's thinking that may have been behind the change to light weight. He was there.