Used Bonzer alert:
Eric's 3rd Point smasher.
6'3" x 19" x 2 3/8"
Complete Lokbox Bonzer 5 fin system for travel.
Mild deck dents, overall in great shape. Made in 2005-ish.
$350 *UPDATE: this board is SOLD, thanks!
Once a Rubout Guy always a Rubout Guy. John Smith finishing his Slingerland noserider in preperation for an extended stay at a certain Baja pointbreak. I've known John for over forty years he started Ocean Pacific surfboards in the sixties went on to start Destination Surf and now owns Baja Winters taking snowbirds on RV tours of the Baja Peninsula. John and I have more in common than being old fart surfers who still froth over a new board. One of his daughters is married to my son [JP St Pierre of Surfy Surfy] and we share grandpa duty with a couple of wild Groms. Once a Rubout Guy always a Rubout Guy.
Bottom photo by Rebecca Smith. *Rub Out Guy is surfboard industry slang for the polisher. The Rub Out Guy makes your surfboards shiny in the Rub Out Room.
On Wednesday August 24th we posted a photo of Dustin Smith getting slotted at a Baja point on his Campbell Brothers 5 fin Bonzer semi-gun.
We couldn't find the archive photos of this board on the external hard drive so we had no choice but to drive 15 hours south to Dusty's Baja pad to shot a proper blog post of this board.
Luckily we scored some choice surf while we were there.
Of course, we forgot to note the dims. Guessing it's 6'8" x 18 1/2" x 2 1/2"
Note the round safety nose, mini swallow tail, Red-X fin system and 80's/90's transition logos.
Dustin has been running the 6" Bonzer center fin in this board so we left him a 6.5" True Ames Hexcore fin for 4th Point pumpers.
My brother-in-law, Trusty Dusty, owns the Point Surf Baja internet cafe in a town that host some good point breaks. It's still a work in progress and will undergo many improvements this year. Besides internet access, espresso and shave ice; the best resource is Dustin himself who is a licensed translator.