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RE: How to contact Jimmy Zhanay for balsa surfboards« Reply #1 on: October 31 2006 13:10:00 »
or contact for any balsa surfboard or balsa blank manufactures
RE: How to contact Jimmy Zhanay for balsa surfboards« Reply #2 on: December 27 2006 01:12:00 »
Did you locate any info re Jimmy Zhanay??
RE: How to contact Jimmy Zhanay for balsa surfboards« Reply #3 on: March 25 2007 12:03:00 »
I live in montañita, and i Know Jimmy he makes very good balsa longboard
RE: How to contact Jimmy Zhanay for balsa surfboards« Reply #4 on: August 23 2007 09:08:00 »
Hi his cel phone is 094-457-456
PLayas is a very low key town and working class type of town. Also does not have much infraestructure etc. So, regular home is non existent and the only other way you can try is send a letter to CORREO CENTRAL GENERAL VILLAMIL -PLAYAS - ECUADOR WITH HIS NAME. I can send him a message ansd help if you want as I go often to PLayas.
He is not the only one making balsa sfurboards or blanks there are 2 other guys who also make them and I can get in put you in contact etc.. They all learn to make and shape balsa through Andres Kosminsky Balsa Flite guy.
Ricardo Nunez C
RE: How to contact Jimmy Zhanay for balsa surfboards« Reply #5 on: February 03 2008 04:02:00 »
firstname.lastname@example.org or 011 593 94 457456 j my name is Daniel i lve in california i sell jimmy z surfboard in us also is one of my best friend's Jimmy and Milton are the best shapers in ecuador trust me .
RE: How to contact Jimmy Zhanay for balsa surfboards« Reply #7 on: June 05 2009 14:06:00 »
Got straight to Andres. I have been working with him for 15 years - way before balsa, retro or longboards were cool. he did some chambered big wave guns for me that still hold up - although I did buckle one in Peru (spot un-named). Of course, the youger guys have good chops as well. I just prefer going to the source. I have visited his shop (????) in Playas numerous times and have always felt welcome and accepted - I typically have basic measurements and ideas and tthen let him follow through. I have made several boards for myself (20-30) and it was really a learning experiance. I know enough to know I don't know much, but at least I can speak shaper-speak. Joseph