Yes it is 6’6 and it’s a super fun board to ride. Lost it on the rocks last winter and i got caught up with other projects. Gonna rebuild the the tail a bit into a nice point again. Thank you for the info Sammy!
Those tails were always geing crunched. When you redo it, putting in a bit of solid glass or something isn’t a bad idea.
Good luck. When we sold those, and we sold a lot, for some reason we didn’t get a lot of them comin back as trade-ins. People liked them and hung onto them.
holy crap – my first surfboard, a g & s magic, bought at the bethesda surf shop, $110 or $130, i can’t recall now, and surfed, very poorly, by me, at the jetties in rehoboth beach, del, while i avoided the hard-ass barrels owned by gary revel, the best surfer i’ve ever seen, then and now, and his crew at the south side of indian river inlet. wow. memories!
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