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  • Closed: Thu 3 May 2012, 8:30 pm
Listing #: 469840166
Dimensions: 6'10" x 21 & 3/8ths x 2 3/8ths. with a low rocker. Cutaway spitfire fins.
Weight : approximately 4.5kg.

Handcrafted using Chinese Empress Wood(Paulownia), 3oz cloth & 4:1 Epoxy. No power tools apart from a drill used to make the Rimu leash plug & the vent.

It has solid rails(50/50) made from layers of quarter inch lengths. Hollow Herringbone interior construction with 5-6mm skin and is very durable.

At the time of construction a small piece of wood offcut was still inside(about 5mmx5mm), so if you shake the board you can hear it although this does not affect it's performance.

You could be the proud owner of this awesome & functional surfboard. A one off work of art..there is no other.

An easy paddler with early wave entry. Good maneuverability. Good down the line speed and a section beater.

I made this board for a surfer up to about 85kgs, depending on how fit/strong you are. Having said that, one guy who surfed it was about 6'2" and I guess about 90kgs and he had no trouble catching waves.

"I loved surfing it. Stunning board and stunning workmanship, such beautiful lines and rocker...would have loved to have got it into some bigger waves..." - Marko Sharko

Shipping to be arranged by the buyer. I will not take any responsibility for any damage during transit. Viewing is welcomed.

Please Note : the wall brackets and stand are not included in the sale.

This board is advertised elsewhere. I retain the right to withdraw the auction at any time.

Please check my other listings for a gun style board and other artworks.

All photos remain the property of myself and are protected under the copyright act. 2012.

Shipping details

  • To be arranged
  • Seller allows pick-ups
  • Seller location: Invercargill, Southland, NZ

Payment details

  • NZ bank deposit
  • Cash

About the seller

dabountyhunter (61 61 positive feedback) Address Verified Mar 2014
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  • Member since Oct 2005

Closes: Thu 3 May, 8:30 pm. 2012