'Moloa' Redwood and Balsa Plank
The Surfboard of a Real American Hero
Balsa and Fiberglass Malibu Chip
The Turning Point
Modified 'Hot Curl'
A Design from Surfing`s First Major Transition
Pacific Systems Modified by Bob Simmons
The Surfboard of Los Angeles Times Mogul Otis Chandler
Pete Peterson 'Zuke' Balsa
A Very Early Balsawood Surfboard
Phil Edwards Honolulu
A Truly Rare Survivor
Restored Balsa 'Malibu Chip' signed by 'Gidget'
A Board from the Days When Malibu Reached Critical Mass
Reynolds Yater and Kevin Ancell: 'The Ark'
The History of Surfing in Eleven Feet
Reynolds Yater Redwood 'Olo'
A Yater Masterpiece
Sammy Lee`s Balsa 'Makaha'
A Favorite Board of a Hawaiian Legend
Surfboards by Phil - Broken Balsa
Well-traveled Prop From the Film "Ride the Wild Surf"
The Apocalypse Now Board
The 86" "Yater Spoon" from the Film "Apocalypse Now"
The Silver Surfer Aluminum Board
Authorized by Fantastic Four Creator Stan Lee
Tom Blake 'Hawaiian Hollows' Model
A Beautiful Mahogany Blake Surfboard
Tom Blake Paddleboard
Early Tom Blake Surfboard - With a Rare Patent
Wooden Alaia-style 'Kit Corona'
A Traditional, Hawaiian Design
Yater Big-Wave gun
A Waimea-Ready Redwood and Balsa Masterpiece
'Swastika' Replica by Dale Velzy
Dale Velzy Interpretation of Pacific Systems Early 1930's Standard
Pacific Systems 'Swastika' Model
An Exceedingly Rare Plank