Found on the Board Collector blog, early 1980’s Wayne Lynch and Bill Shrosbree collaboration for the Rip Curl surfboard label, built at the then brand new Moonlight Glassing factory.
I was a young kid then, 10 or 11 years old and just a little kooky beginner who more into Star Wars than surfing, but watching those early thrusters get built in what seemed like an absolutely huge factory was pretty exciting.
ChristianApril 16, 2010
Hey I found one of those a year or so back when my neighbor was throwing it out. It was beat up (missing the center fin) but with a little tlc could of been a sick board…Wound up selling it to someone in the area. If you want I can send you a jpeg of it. I would also love to learn more about that board. Sick shape.
AnonymousApril 17, 2010
More people should ride boards like this one – instead of flailing on fat fishes and bogfish.
ShipwormAndGribbleApril 19, 2010
epic piece of history, this board makes me wanna SHRED!
AnonymousApril 22, 2010
I have a copy of one of your Rip Curl Surfboards ads from Breakout 1980 issue.
way cool stick!