Cleaning up the outline plan shape with a small Sureform after cutting the excess foam

Cleaning up the outline plan shape with a small Sureform after cutting the excess foam off with a hand Saw. The Sureform is about 45 years old. I bought it in Hawaii at Sears in the Ala Moans shopping center. It’s a Sears – Craftsman brand. I’ve been through lots of blades over the years. The current one is blunt but it cuts more like a rough grit sanding block which I really like. On this shape I’d retemplated the tail on an oversized computer cut pre shape which had a clean curvy outline. I drew on on a double bump Wing Swallow tail curve I’d used on Twin Fins in the late 1970’s. @surfview @surfboardempire @slimesboardstore @quiksilver @mikypicon @limowall @euroglass @anothery @sammygosling @samueltgriffiths @yeahbranchy @benny_big @mikereilly1 @fuzzy66 @boardriderscoolangatta @boardriderstorquay @boardridersericeira @boardriderscapbreton @markrichardssurfboardsapparel #markrichardssurfboards #markrichardsshapes #markrichardsshaping #mrpuffertwinfin #mrpuffertwinmodel #twinfinsrule #twinfinfever #twinfinfevercatchit #twinfinsforever #quiksilver #mr1978retrotwinfin #mr1978retrotwinfinmodel #mr1980retrotwinfin #mr1980retrotwinfinmodel

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