Sometimes I still use this board, which was new in a shop in 1997. But it isn't the original interface. My first board was a DIY, and you chose your stance angles and were permanently committed to them because you screwed the pucks into the board. The system pictured here was a big improvement because you could easily change your angles, or go from regular to goofy if you wanted.
There's still 2 huge boxes of these hiding in back at Voile. They were made so people could demo the boards. How do you adjust for goofy/reg with fixed pucks at a demo? They're heavy, and the next invention is what we all use now on the factory boards.