Tuesday, August 7, 2012

2 PG's

 6'4'' PG/Velo's

Bottom one McMalibu's custom , top is almost the same but a little narrower nose .

Greenough on Velo. this spaceman made this board around 1965!

Warmjet on the Fat Bastard, Velo dims at 6'0'' this was a brave move it was one of the most radical boards I ever pulled out of a box from Greg.

Krajewski on a Liddle, very similar board around 1970 Malibu 3rd point.

At 6'4'' this outline really looks balanced to me , I like it.

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3'' Thick

Ready to displace some water.


  1. Anonymous8/08/2012

    Aloha KP.
    Saf and I went down to visit the Surfing Heritage Museum in San Clemente this last Monday.
    Curator Barry Haun was wondering if you had an older Liddle with the basic Point Break outline, from the 80s or 70s, that you might want to loan to the museum. They have no Liddles and would love to have one in the exhibit.
    We did see a new McTavish Keyo "Plastic Machine" vee bottom with a Greenough Stage II glassed in fin. Very cool.
    Paul Diamond

  2. I have one of Gregs personal stringerless 7'1'''s ready to give to Barry . I just don't want it stashed upstairs never to be seen.

  3. Anonymous8/08/2012

    geev 'um bondo bullet.
    el vaquero

  4. Anonymous8/08/2012

    mid-length mambo:
    you can take your puerto rico, and even take your v. you can take your burrito deluxe and if you must,an HG. but the 8'4" liddle super smoothie is the best that there be...

  5. Anonymous8/08/2012

    definitely give them the bondo bullet

  6. Anonymous8/09/2012

    ...and don't forget to put a nice glass quart of Purple Kool Aid on display there in the museum, right next to the board, with a classic flex straw stickin' up out of it, so the 'uninitiated' can take a magical sip on the way by Planet Displacementia. It'll all make more sense then.

  7. We only make the Purple Kool Aid in pints these days, it's way stronger.

  8. Anonymous8/14/2012

    stem to stern bottom turn!