The spoon - an insane, narrow ride. You really needed some fast reflexes to stay on this one. It could turn like mad though.  
the bottom. note how narrow it was.
The idea behind the spoon was to have the front axle push the deck up as you turned - thus causing roll stability. You can see the brown pressure marks where the front axle rolled against the convex front deck.    
This is the original hardcarve 3 - with steel cables, not chains. The salt from the roads and friction quickly ate through the cables at the bottom pivot ( the horizontal aluminum bar closest to the camera). The problem with chain is that it comes in discrete lengths...