Harbour Chronicles – A Life in Surfboard Culture is an exhibition of Rich Harbour’s life work, 50 years of surfboard shaping and surf shop operation that spans the modern era of surfing’s history. Opening February 13 and running until April 9 at the Frank M. Doyle Art Pavilion on the Orange Coast College campus in Costa Mesa, the exhibition will be one of the most ambitious presentations of surf culture ever mounted, featuring more than 40 significant surfboards and a myriad of vintage images and objects including rare photographs, vintage clothing and many of Harbour’s original shaping tools.


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



Board Dimensions 
Length: 8′ 7″ 
Width: 19″ 
Thickness: 3″ 1/4



Board Dimensions 
Length: 8′ 0″ 
Width: 20″ 1/4 
Thickness: 2″ 1/2



Board Dimensions 
Length: 7′ 6″ 
Width: 21″1/2 
Thickness: 3″ 1/8

Well, The 1968 Revolver is an art piece to saythe least. Groovy acid splash bottom overlay with a resin black pin line. cool Revolver Lan with Mr. Spherical himself. Slight Water damage at tail, otherwise clean as a whistle. Waveset box in excellent condition with the bitchen red plastic longated fin that is flexy flexy for those hard of the bottom turns. Rounded pin, 50/50 rails and highly desirable in anybody’s collection. Leo Nordine buy, all original with the excpetion of a gloss and polish. (o) 8/10



Board Dimensions 
Length: 7′ 6″ 
Width: 20″ 1/2 
Thickness: 2″ 5/8

This is a rare rare find. Harbour himself even told me he does not recall the unicorn laminate. I have not seen another, have you?  Cool Acid splash bottom, old school fin, era 1968-9. mini Cali Gun. All original, 50/50 rails. 1/2 inch redwood stringer, very little rocker, almost a straight arrow. Bitchen piece. Acquired this from Eric at Chubby Surf – Thanks Chubby! (o) 7.5/10

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