Epoxy

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)

Brand new 9' battail SUP custom shaped by Jose Barahona and glassed at Mangiali's in Hermosa. Pretty much exact copy of the boards Dave Parmenter made me when he was with C4, much more refined than the popouts. Waxed but never ridden. Will ship anywhere, or pick up in Redondo. 

Dim's:
9' 
17.5 nose 
25 wide
15 tail
3.5 thick
p/u foam with epoxy resin (p/u is so much drivier than eps)
single to double concave
low rails, round & soft up front, boxy & sharp in tail
8" center box

New CJ Nelson Sprout model, 10' X 19 5/8 X 24 X 16 3/4 X 3 1/8, weighs 17.5 lbs. Handbuilt Japanese manufactured carbon fiber Thunderbolt Technology, the best quality in the world. Paid $1350 a week ago, ridden twice, in new condition. Probably the best noserider in the world (on the nose, i couldn't even pearl it), but these are a lot floatier than p/u boards. I'm 164 lbs and strong, and couldn't sink the rail. Took it back out as a SUP and it worked, but SUP's are verboten where I surf :( As soon as I get my $ out of this one I'm getting the 9'6".

6'0" Channel Islands Fred Rubble Epoxy board

6' x 19 3/8" x 2 1/2"
EPS Epoxy
5 Fin FCS Fin box
Standard Glassing: 6/4+4
30.4L

I purchased this EPOXY board as a custom order from Channel Islands a couple of years ago, paying $875. It is a beautiful board in excellent condition, only being surfed half a dozen times. Unfortunately it does not provide enough float for me at 30.4 Liters.

I Paid $800 + tax new. Not interested in offers or trades.

Thanks

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