Here we have a rare wood skateboard from the 1950s, with worn green paint everywhere and a really unusual shape . This cool board is the business, showing evidence of shredding the concrete waves, and still looking good. The vintage board is a rare piece meant to last. I mean it has metal wheels. This is a true old school relic with a deserving place in skateboard history. Bottom line: It shreds...with wood and metal.
The rare board was found in an old estate in the Twin Cities. Not sure about that journey but I'm sure it was a wild one. I wouldn't doubt if it had an early history on the West Coast.
The skateboard looks to be all original, including the sweet metal wheels. The green wood board is pure old school goodness, with expected wear everywhere. The skateboard measures 22 1/2" long, about 5" wide at the front, 3" on wide on the end, and about 3 1/2" tall. The wheels all spin freely, with both wheels on the right side looking more misshapen. Not sure if this is intended or not. There is awesome wear everywhere, including edge wear, scrapes, and scuffs. Please see all pics as they are part of the description.
I ship FedEx to street addresses in the continental USA only (no PO boxes) Free shipping on the gnarly vintage skateboard.
Old school attitude pairs with this old school shredder. Killer history.