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6’4″ Sunset Surfboards Classic Single Fin Replica w/Microgrooves

6’4″ x 20 1/2″ x 2 7/8″
We commissioned Brian Fredrickson of Sunset Surfboards to shape us a few replicas of the classic Sunset single fins of the 1970’s.
Sunset Surfboards was located on the coast highway in dowtown Encinitas from the late 1960’s to the early 1990’s.
Sunset was founded by Ed Wright who later passed the torch to his protege Brian Fredrickson.
The Moonlight Glassing surfboard factory crew began in the downstairs section of Sunset Surf Shop. When Sunset expanded it’s retail space in 1979, Moonlight Glassing moved to an industrial park 7 miles inland where it’s been every since.
Surfy Surfy Surf Shop is based off my early fond memories of hanging at Sunset when I was a little kid, later working there in the back alley doing ding repair as a teenager and bugging the sales girls at the front counter.
This 6’4″ is off an original template, the rocker and rails cleaned up for 2013.
This shape will be available in 6’0″, 6’2″, 6’4″ and 6’6″ with similar airbrush designs.
This board also features the rare and amazing microgrooves.
*this board is SOLD, thanks! 

5 Responses
  • Anonymous
    May 28, 2013

    Beautiful board! Bitchen microgrooves! Gonna have to come down and check them out.

    Erik

  • Anonymous
    May 29, 2013

    best post in while imo, beautiful board; Please, next you need to commission Hank Warner to do some Hot Buttered’s

  • Anonymous
    May 29, 2013

    Cool to see the old gang in the photo!! yep hanging out down stairs was cool except when the boys didn’t set the old alarm right and the Sheriffs would have to come down and see if everything was all right, they hated that, ha! good to see Brian doing some boards again and miro groves rock!!! Peace, miro groves & taco’s. Doug

  • Anonymous
    May 31, 2013

    nice shape worked great on east coast big days paddled easy

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