Melissa and I recently went to the Surfboard Collectors Club meet at the California Heritage Museum on Main Street in Santa Monica. They had a couple of rare gems, one board that has been talked about a lot but I have never seen in person is the Dewey Weber Surfboards Harold Iggy Model. Harold Iggy is one of the most under appreciated shapers of our time. He was the head shaper for one Dewey Weber back in the day, he shaped the majority of the Weber Performers, the real Performers, not the lousy rockered boards that we have to deal with today. Back in the 1960’s the Iggy model was way ahead of its time featuring an “S” deck profile, 60/40 rails in the tail and the famous scoop rocker that most 1960’s era Webers are famous for. I was really stoked that another shaper from the glory days of Weber was actually there; Bruce Grant. He was more than generous in his explanation of the board, he has a personal blue pigment rail Iggy model from back in the day. Hopefully I can get my hands on it and take it for a spin.