Greetings from a once-in-a-while surfer from the cold waters of Oregon. I live in Sutherlin, but usually get wet at Winchester Bay.
I was recently given an old board from about 1960-1963. It's a Harbour board from Seal Beach, Cal, and is 9'9" long. Condition is fair...not broken up, just aged, yellowish, a little de-lamination around the label. and some shrinkage on one side near the edge. The fin is single, and quite large, but undamaged.
Question? Should I just put this thing back in the water, or is it of more value to sell to a collector. I'm not looking to make bucks, just do the right thing. I would also consider a trade for a malibu pop-out of about the same length. I have other boards, but being in the last half of my 50's I'm working toward longer boards and smaller waves.
Thanks for your help, and God Bless
Pastor Bill Sanders Jr.