Dudes smoking crack selling surfboards

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by pefa, May 5, 2015.

  1. miscreant

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    Maybe it was Roy Stuart/Stewart brand before he started his popsicle stick craft projects.
     
  2. Artz

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    $300 still might be too high.
     
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    Comes with vintage basswood stringer.
     
  5. Artz

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    Nice nose block. Not really a “Vintage” Board. To me vintage would mean a board from the 1960s or the transition era. I have not seen Soros in a number of years. We first met around 1972 when he was working at Sunset Surfboards. Not sure of the years Shrosbree worked for Hobie .Maybe late 1990 or 2000s He was working for Stewart. At some point he revamped his Fresh Pineapple label working up at the old Chinnin Factory in Encinitas. I have not been in touch with Bill in a number of years. I understand he is now retired now.
     
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