New EPOXY 2019 Infinity Surfboard: This board is in perfect condition clean with Infinity's solid glassing - Call 949.910.7093
This is a classic Yater Spoon from 1967. It is original, not been refinisshed, just typical dings all repaired. This is in surfable condition, or
suitable for a collectrion. A great piece of surfing history.
The board is designed to surf amazingly well in less than ideal conditions. The tail is one of the most striking and unique features, allowing the rider to get the most out of the wave by generating instant acceleration, and having more volume than a typical shortboard the result is more waves and more fun.
Dimensions: 5' 8'' x 21.5 x 2.5
Fin setup: Futures thruster
This is a Beautiful & Rare 9'6" Robert August Wood Veneer Surfboard by Surftech. This is truly a collector's item that has been out of production for many years and these are almost impossible to find, especially in this condition. You can admire this as a piece of art displayed on a wall or staircase, hung from your rafters, or installed in a restaurant or outdoor entertainment area. You can also ride it. Either way, the beauty of this board will blow people's minds.
The Joel Tudor Diamond Tail is a super versatile longboard. You can ride it in ankle high surf or head high waves and is a great surfboard for someone who wants to progress their surfing and take it to the next level. You can ride it from the tail or the center and it is also a solid noserider. The diamond tail gives you the best of both worlds - the easy turning of a rounded pintail and the stability of a square tail. This board has a beautiful blue resin tint with white pinlines and a red Diamond T Tudor fin that was designed specifically for this board.
SOLD, thank you!
Very good condition, needs a new home, great ride. Fancy trim on the fin!
"it is a late 1965, or very early 1966. Your board was shaped by Bill (Willy) Clark. He is an outstanding craftsman, who went into custom boat design and building. At one point building a custom sail boat for Dennis Conner, of Americas Cup fame." ---Bill Thrailkill (thanks Bill)