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Joel Parkinson Hawaiian Gun

Check out the tail profile on this Joel Parkinson Hawaiian 🌺 gun circa age 14 😳. A generous gift from great mate Al Hing to help us get The Boarding Office collection started. Shaped by Neil Purchase Snr some years back when Parko was sponsored by Al’s outstanding local Buisness, Beachbeat who are also my local supplier of Surf contra ban 😉🏄

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