See also: The Witzig Trilogy
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Only took you 44 years to figure it out…?
Can you post dims please?
Now that’s just flat-out rad! Very cool reproduction.Aloha from Hawaii
Oh, those backside rail turns.
thise things were hard to ride back in ’68 why would i want to go back there? o wait, i was young, skinny and in great condition
Yeah all we need is more old fat guys channeling their inner sprout.
so Wayne shape this one? I assume, maybe not, being called a replica. If Wayne shaped it wouldn’t we refer to this as an original? I don’t know my history well enough on this one, just a curiosity.
“fat guys channeling their inner sprout” – lmao.
This board was shaped by Wayne Lynch in California in the mid 1990’s. It’s 7’10” length, wide point is 22 1/4″ and 2 1/2′ thickness. I think he shaped about dozen of these boards with the tribute color work and glass-on fin. It’s on the wall of the shop if you want to check it out, and we have 2 with fin boxes in the rack as well.
Bo is the only one who knows if Wayne actually shaped them. They were all supposed to be shaped by Wayne, but Bo didn’t give a shit.
Jean-Paul St. Pierre
CEO & Janitor - Leucadia, CA 1970