Antique Vintage 1960s Wooden Wood Early Skateboard “Surfer” Metal Wheels. Of the generation whereby they were marketing these as a cheaper/easier means to learning how to surf aka “sidewalk surfing”; Made all the clearer by the fact that this model is literally “Surfer” in a beautiful, cursive, red font. A piece of americana and a key moment in time for the evolution of the american skateboard! Imagine riding down a steep california hill riding these METAL wheels! 21.5″ L x 5.5″ W. Overall very nice condition, with a very bright, vibrant, cursive red logo. Please see pics for any minor blemishes. However, before skateboards there were scooters, sometimes known as kick scooters and push scooters. Varied forms of scooters have been traced back to the early 1900s, most of them made from wood, metal, or a combination of the two. Scooters had anywhere from two to four wheels. Some of the wheels were metal and others were similar to the wheels on pedal cars. In the 1940s and 1950s, crate scooters made popular sidewalk vehicles. Most crate scooters were handmade. They were relatively inexpensive and simple for kids to construct by using a milk crate or wooden fruit box and metal roller skate wheels attached to a wooden 2 x 4. Eventually kids started removing the boxes and handlebars and just started riding the board with wheels, reminiscent of the famous skateboard scene in the 1985 film. Back to the Future. LOOKING PLEASE CHECK OUT MY OTHER LISTINGS!
See pictures for specific dings and age. This Hobie Super Surfer skateboard is a vintage piece from the 1960s made of wood with clay wheels. It has a classic design that will appeal to skateboard collectors and enthusiasts. The board features the iconic Hobie brand and comes in the model of Hobie Super Surfer. This skateboard is great for outdoor sports and skateboarding. It’s perfect for those who love vintage collections and for those who want to have a unique piece that will stand out from the rest. The skateboard falls under the sporting goods category, specifically under the skateboarding and longboarding section. Get this vintage Hobie Super Surfer skateboard now and add it to your collection or use it for your outdoor activities.
Marty Jiminez deck with Gullwing Super Pro III Trucks. Wheels and bearings are from the same time period but I don’t know brand. Trucks are loose and will need to be tuned if you plan on riding. Shows wear that you would expect from a board that has been ridden, zoom in on all pics to judge condition. Tail has the most wear, trucks also show wear. There used to be grab rails at some point so there are some holes in the deck which you can see in pics. Great stickers under clear grip tape, Jason Lee, Powell Peralta, Body Glove, etc. Feel free to ask me any questions.
Get ready to experience the ultimate skateboard ride with this vintage NASH Tuf-Top skateboard featuring a double saw blade theme. The board is made of high-quality wood and has vintage skateboard trucks that are perfect for park rides. This skateboard is a rare find from the 1980s and is in great condition. The skateboard has a red surface with a unique saw blade design that will make heads turn at the park. The NASH Tuf-Top skateboard is a sidewalk surfboard that is perfect for riders who love vintage skateboards. The board is made in the United States and has not been modified. Don’t miss out on the chance to own this rare piece of skateboarding history.
Must have for the skateboard collector. Better condition than a lot of the1960s skateboards online; let us know if you see otherwise. 23 inches long x 5.5 inches wide (at widest part).
This is a rare vintage Nash 17 Rat Fink Sidewalk Surfboard from the 1960s. It has a length of 22 inches and features a unique design that will make it a standout piece for any collector. The board is perfect for those who love skateboarding and longboarding, and it was made in the United States. The board is in excellent shape and will make a great addition to any vintage collection.
I couldn’t find this skateboard anywhere.
Board appears to be earlier & Trucks appear to be 1990′s to early 2000′s. & Very Nice, Volador Wheels.
I have no idea when this was made. No truck holes have been drilled in this deck.
Skateboard works great, will need cleaning.