I made this board
between 71&72’. It is a Greenough style knee board and not a stand
up board. The bottom has my first andreini logo that I made from run on
letters from the art store. It looks like the customer gave me the
script of his initials for the deck. I would have made that board at my
shop on Ocean View ave in Santa Barbara. It was an old barn behind an
old Victorian house full of hippie renters! I don’t remember the board
very clearly but I regularly made knee boards as it was very popular in
the early years of the transition because George Greenough, who rode a
similar board, ushered in the short board revolution. He was my main
inspiration in board design and still is.
Thanks Justin from DC for sending over the pictures. He found it
while living in Seattle at the time and wanted some more info on it!