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I have one also. In consulting Stoked and Board there is very little information. They were made in the '70s and the factory was in California....
Good, I called SharkB8 and texted him when I saw this. Glad it worked out.
I am pretty sure he wants it. He has been trying to get up with you. Spoke to him around 6PM.
I buy custom WRVs, and the head glasser knows how I like my boards glassed. I always specify 664 with a 4 deck patch and fin box patch. He does...
Wow!! Calling @SharkB8
I have had three big wave boards shaped by Bill Frierson called Rocket Board I, II and III. I have a new Mike Doyle (WRV not The West Coast...
There are a bunch of us on here from the area. I am pretty sure I know who is selling it and I can get it and hold it until someone is going south.
Thanks!!!!!!! You have helped many of us buy/sell surfboards and provide a lot of enjoyment as well!!!
The serial number is low and it is supposedly signed by Hobie himself. While it's not worth the money to me, it may well be worth it to a real...
Parkway made diving wet suits which we used to surf in. They were, I believe, headquartered in Perth Amboy, NJ not far from where I lived as a...
Yes, as I recall the pop outs all looked like that.
When I saw the picture I immediately thought of a Malibu brand pop out. That being said, many of the pop outs of that era looked the same. I...
I have one in 9'8 with rails like a 10'. These are amazing boards!!!
Love it!!! I remember when they were new.
I just sent him an email with suggested corrections. It would be a deal for 450-500 depending on the condition.
Actually they called him Chuck, because he loved Chuck Noll so much, but only his closest friends.
Actually, they aren't heavy. I have a 15 year old Eaton that is unlimited and around 18' and I carry it to the beach all the time.
Sorry, I was just kidding. I have never spoken to Greg Noll, called him "Chuck" and he has never punched me.
Never rode one, but they weren't popular back in the day. So I agree. Just saying.