KEY: O= Original, R= Repaired, RF= Refurbished. Condition of board rated: 1(worst)-10(best)



Board Dimensions
Length: 6′ 3″
Width: 19″ 1/2 
Thickness: 2″1/2

I was on a Craigs List Hunt a couple years back on a hot summer day and came across this vibrant craft.  Acquired it from its original owner. Early 1980’s round-pin, Clark Foam Fibercraft.  I have know idea where the origin of this beauty is from, or the Story Behind the Board. I believe the East Coast.  Anyone? Not really collectable, yet it tickled me when I first laid my eyes on it. It whispered at me through the flat screen, “Buuuy Meeee”.  Almost in pristine condition, all original never really ridden.  I had to drive out to South Gate to the Old Man’s garage to pick it up. One of those, “If you want it, come and pick it up” kind of attitudes. Classic!.  (o) 9  Going to be up for sale soon on Buggs List.  Great Rider or Wall Hanger. Make Me An Offer.

  • Ray Lucke

    I used to own 1/3 of fibrecraft in 1979 / 1980. I think Larry Mcnelly or Jerry Ingham shaped that board. Ray Lucke

  • todd

    Fibercraft boards were made in Huntington beach Ca. Company made boards from the 70s till about 1995

  • Cody Moore

    Did you know Greg Moore?

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