Greetings, Shredderz! Today I don’t have much for you in the way of word count, but hey, let’s face it, this isn’t exactly the New Yorker, anyway. What I do have are some great photos of a classic Geoff McCoy Lazor Zap. I’ll have to write up a more extensive history of the board sometime, but in the meantime, here’s a killer stick with some mind blowing artwork. Thank you to Gary, who recently sold this board, and allowed me to run the photos you see here. You can also see the pics on the original Facebook post.
According to Gary, the McCoy Lazor Zap had been lightly restored. I’m not sure exactly what this entails, but as you can see, the board looks fantastic. I am not opposed to full glass off restorations, but sometimes the end result can be an artificial look. This board doesn’t have the blinding white colors you see on fully restored boards, and I think it looks great.
Not that you haven’t noticed already, but how insane is that airbrush?! This is one of those boards I could admire for hours.
Thanks again to Gary for permission to run these photos, and hope you enjoyed ogling this clean McCoy Lazor Zap!