post WW2 house/shop example Caloundra, home of Cord Surfboards in the 1960s
David Lascelles - "My parents owned a hotel at Caloundra (home of Moffat Beach, great pointbreak) and I did a little work there but really wanted to be in the surfboard business. It was all very young then and the rest of the boys were all working at Hayden’s. They made good boards, didn’t earn much money but had a good lifestyle and plenty of time to surf. It was during this period that I started to get a feel for the surfboard industry and learn how the boards were being built"
rounded profile chamferboards, photos Roger Todd 2013
Cord Surfboards, image courtesy Tom Conwell, posted on Facebook Caloundra- The good old days- The 80's April 2015
This board shown above was at the Mal Club's Fun in the Sun Comp in 2006 with a write up by David Lascelles