Hello amigos, I scored this board from an antique store in Long Beach, made some fins for it (it has two long board fin tracks - old school twinny). I was heading to a paddle out in Venice one day and a guy at the surfshop flagged me down and said he had a similar board, and he thought I was crazy to be surfing something so valuable. Apparently it was shaped by Donald Takayama when he was shaping at Surfing's New Image with fellow superstars Ben Aipa, Mike Slingerland, and Rick Hamon. Intrigued, but with more stoke than greed, I had a great session at the breakwater. Since then I've only taken it out a few times, and every time it paddled like a penguin and rode with so much old-schooly fun. However, the question still remains - how much is this beauty valued at outside of its amazing surfability? It looks like a one off and it has several unique channels on the tail which probably make it pretty memorable. Obviously I don't think that the Roadrunner on the bottom was properly licensed. Shhh.... Any thoughts amigos? Thanks!