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Gary Stuber

Gary Stuber has been glassing custom surfboards since the 1960’s.
In 2005 some dipshit on an Internet surfing forum claimed Gary would soon be mowing lawns for a living because all surfboards would be made in China by 2006.
Manuel Caro shot this photo of Gary this week in the newly expanded Moonlight/Christenson surfboard factory in southern California.

Surfy Surfy Surfboards !!!

The new improved surfboard showroom at Surfy Surfy. Yew!

Christine arranging out new surfboard wall.
Gabby Gabby has 5 jobs and is a college student but she makes time to work at Surfy Surfy.

The new surfboard rack as seen from the coffee coffee patio.

Meanwhile out at the factory Skinny Dave emerges from the newly combined Christenson & Moonlight.

Peter St Pierre surveys all the longboards he must pinline. How many feet of masking tape will this require?

Modern shred machines by Chris Christenson and crew.

A Surfy Surfy custom Bonzer in the airbrush room.

Cruise down to Surfy Surfy and check out some boards!

Surfy Alert: Moonlight Glassing & Christenson Surfboards combine forces and merge!

The Earth’s Mightiest Surfboard Makers assembled under one roof!

Breaking News: It’s the ultimate mergey mergey of two incredible surfboard factories. Moonlight Glassing and Christenson Surfboards are tearing through the wall and creating a whole new shop.

New shaping rooms, a new airbrush room and remodeled glassing rooms are soon to be completed.

The multi-generational crew of master craftsmen are set to build you the finest surfboards you desire and deserve.

All the shapers and surfboard labels you’ve gotten from Moonlight over the years will continue to be available along with all kinds of new stuff too.

Surfy Surfy was born in the dusty sanding rooms of Moonlight. We are stoked on this merger and can’t wait to start stocking the new surfboards coming out of the new factory.

Stay tuned for more details and updates!

1665 South Rancho Santa Fe Rd Suite E-1
San Marcos, Ca 92078
Phone 760 752 3454
Fax 760 752 3037

Tim Orr’s Refurb 70’s Sunset

From the inbox,

 Aloha Thursday JP, Howzit!
 Here’s a follow up on the Sunset board that I am finishing up on today. I did an acid splash resin job on the bottom to hide the dings. The topside will be painted on the inside of the cutlaps with black chalkboard paint …it is to be used as signage for a shop up at the 4 Seasons here in Kona. I just thought you guys might dig seeing it…I thought your Dad might like the Sunset splash job. The board was trashed…now it’s functional art.
 Take care, peace & aloha from Big Island,
 Tim Orr Pure Life Surfboards Hawaii