Greg Noll da Cat. Extremely rare and a highly collectable board. This board is Number 114 out of only 250. Mickey Dora has since passed away in 2002. Personally signed by Greg Noll and Mickey Dora on the deck, and by Greg Noll on the bottom with “Shaped By Greg Noll 114/250”. Just needs some light TLC, as she has some scratches around her, just needs a cut and polish and she will look million dollars again,also one very small thumb depression on the deck with one very small thumb depression on the bottom and one small dent on the rail (see photo). This would be a fantastic wall hanger for your man cave, Pub etc. Great piece of history. 9ft4 x 23″ x 3″
Greg Noll, nicknamed “Da Bull” by Phil Edwards in reference to his physique and way of “charging” down the face of a wave, is an American pioneer of big wave surfing and is also acknowledged as a prominent longboard shaper. Noll was a member of a US lifeguard team that introduced malibu boards to Australia around the time of the Melbourne Olympic Games. Miki “Da Cat” Dora, a.k.a. Mickey Dora, a.k.a. “The Black Knight,” was an iconic Malibu surfer of the 1950s and 1960s. He had a unique style, in and out of the water, and was generally considered rather iconoclastic. He is featured in the seminal surf movie The Endless Summer.