molded surfboard

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General description used for a surfboard produced by any one of a number of machine-molding methods, as opposed to conventional polyurethane-core custom boards. Diwain Surfboards, located in a converted gas station in Huntington Beach, California, produced a two-piece molded plastic surfboard in the early 1960s that sold for $86 (a custom board cost about $125), and was advertised as "ding proof."...

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