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Category tri-fin

30 year old Wayne Lynch Rip Curl Moonlight Surfboard shaped by Dan Van Zanten












I couldn’t resist and bought this old thruster off Craigslist for $40 bucks.
Built in the early days of Moonlight Glassing.
Airbrush by Peter St Pierre.
Freestyle center box which was pretty standard back then.
Side fins were made by Greg Mungall.
Moonlight made a lot of surfboards for Rip Curl with Wayne Lynch designs which were shaped by Bill Shrosbree, Gary Hanel and Dan Van Zanten of Penguin Surfboards.
5’8″ x wide x chunky

7’7″ Mitsven Gypsy

If you cruise by the shop on Sunday you should take a look at this 7’7″ Mitsven we have.
It’s a super clean Gypsy model.
It has pencil marks for a quad but ended up as a marine ply glass-on thruster which is A-OK.
Bob Mitsven is a San Diego legend. We don’t see these boards in north county that often so come fondle this one up. Trim/glide rocker and rails. I think it was glassed by the talented Michael Miller.
Tapered flex stringer, resin tint, glass loop.
Kinda used. A+ condition.
7’7″ x 22″ x 3 1/8″
14 3/8″ nose x 15 1/2″ tail

Bonzer Archaeology: 1990’s Bonzer/Thruster

Recently I spotted this orange egg sticking out of the bushes at my neighbors house.  I got excited when I saw the iconic Campbell Brothers logo so I trespassed and dug it out.


It’s a rare Bonzer/Thruster!


Extra rare because this board was built with the now defunct Red-X fin system.


The best part of pulling old surfboards out of the bushes are all the creepy spiders and insects stuck to it.
Lots of little dings, but nothing major.


Red-X was unique in that it went all the way thru the board and screwed in from the deck. It was pretty strong but most people hated it.


Nice outline!


Here are the dims. 7’3″ x 21 1/4″ x 2 13/16′


The Campbell Bros Bonzer concaves work insane on thrusters.



1990’s  Malcolm Campbell logo.


I had Randy the Ding Guy do a clean up and patch job. You may see me riding it this week.