Image source: "Moloko-plus" on SNB
Cab himself notes the rarity of this particular deck and shows a remake which was personally done for him in 2005:
Image source: Stevecaballero.com
I initially came up with the shape, which in retrospect was already dated, as it was based off decks of a bygone era when boards were progressively getting wider: a Sims Brad Bowman circa '79, Powell Peralta Ray "Bones" Rodriguez, and Sims Mike Folmer Tornado deck. I conceptualized the graphics and drew a crude but effective approximation of how the layout would be. Tim Piumarta, who was head of production at the time, had a few comments here and there and then Jim Phillips did his rendition, which I gave a thumbs-up on. A prototype was then silk-screened and sent to yours truly. It's the only one I know of in existence with these graphics and I skated it in two contests: the Arkansas Ramp Jam '85 and the Oceanside Streetstyle '85, the latter from which a photo was printed in the summer issue of Monster Magazine out of Germany.
As to why it was never released is hazy to me, but here goes: the shape, no; the graphic, no; my attitude and their egos -- yes. I was a tough person to deal with, I came from a business background and demanded a lot -- that said, I also lacked the wisdom how to use my knowledge in a way where I got what I wanted and they felt they did too. So I think it's fair to say that I locked horns with Tim about something or another that would now seem unimportant, and at that point in the process I was off the team -- thus, this board that never saw the light of capitalism. I think it was divine, in a way, because as I stated earlier the deck was already dated upon its inception, as boards were already headed for more fish-like curvilinear shapes more true to the moves being invented then.