Toy Machine Some Photos from the Archive

I think these have not been posted before, I forget.
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Mike Maldonado form an old Toy tour.
Posted September 16th, 2009 by Kevin will be back today
Posted By: Phil on September 16th, 2009 at 01:36PM PST
I met a Japanese guy from China who grew up in Russia, today, with platinum blond dreads.

Too much? Mike's part in Welcome to Hell...
Shivers dude...

Dude, I skate in red dresses & heels. Ain't nothin' wrong with it.
Posted By: Jacob on September 16th, 2009 at 02:56PM PST
Posted By: Jacob on September 16th, 2009 at 02:56PM PST
3 comments? Why even post!
Posted By: ed on September 17th, 2009 at 01:58AM PST
Tim Upson was rad.
Posted By: Zach on September 17th, 2009 at 06:22AM PST
The guy between tim upson and john lucero is a beast by the name of Kevin Rucks. "The Vertical Vinter!" He lives in san luis obispo with his wife jen and two kids, and owns and opperates Salisbury Vinyards. Amongst the day to day duties of running an art gallery, tasting room, winery and family Rucks has mannaged to keep the dream of skateboarding alive. Other than shreding like a monster,he press's boards at home(Rucks Decks) and started a hardwear company called canibolts. The art he provides for the wine bottle lables are straight 80's skateboarding! As tribute to there vertical vinter salisbury vinyards came out with the "Rucks Red". Equiped with Kevin on the label doing a prestine frontside invert. Check out Skate till you bleed pawns!
Posted By: Hyphy Hager on September 25th, 2009 at 12:24PM PST
Rippin' friends make us who we are. What a treat to have the likes of Lucero, Grosso, Templeton and Haggar step into our lives. Bro down with your board.
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