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  1. #31
    My Boats:
    boat less
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    Feb 2003

    Re: Help Identify this Hull

    Quote Originally Posted by damdonzi
    It needs to be weeded.


  2. #32
    My Boats:
    1989 Apache 41 (Resin Bucket)
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    Jan 2002

    Re: Help Identify this Hull

    Its the new Thad Allen "Apache" for sure. Notice the excellent finish, the mold that came out of MUST have been perfect.

  3. #33
    Registered VIP Member Phantom1's Avatar
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    30' Phantom
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    Nov 2002
    Lake Murray, SC

    Re: Help Identify this Hull

    Quote Originally Posted by Ange
    Phantom, there is a boat around the corner from me that looks similar to that, maybe even a little shorter. It has a for sale sign on it. I'll see if I can get some pics and some info. This one is on a trailer and still has power
    Thanks Ange. I appreciate it.

  4. #34
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    Allergic to Nonsense Platinum Member T2x's Avatar
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    1966 !8' Switzer Wing "Miss Diablo" 1968 Switzer Wing "Dust'n the Wind 2",, 1960 Powercat 15C , 1977 17' Molinari w/Evinrude CCC
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    Aug 2001
    Granite Quarry, NC

    Re: Help Identify this Hull

    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom1
    Psssssssssst...........hey,...over here......T2X.................hey.................

    Oh, mean.........good idea. He's the man.
    I saw this same picture two days ago on Screamandfly........

    The hull is a puzzle.

    The transom shot indicates that it had a thrust block mounted ahead of the outboard's center section. The size indicates a Sport E/G Class OPC race boat which allowed a single seat configuration. The hull is definitely a cut down "pop"...probably from a 15' or 16' Glastron.....but the dead rise does seem a little shallow.

    One of the S&F contributers felt it might be a Regatta hull....... Early Bajas also looked like that and a guy on Long Island made a similar hull as well. I also recall a company called Hustler (not today's brand) that made a hull that resembled this one. It is definitely not a Switzer, nor an Allison which were from original plugs and had much better craftsmanship.

    There were so many little derivative hulls back in the day and so many modifications made to them that it is hard to tell. Come to think of it that applies to the current spate of performance hulls as well.

    Bottom line..... It's worth at least $25 bucks.

    Let me know if you come up with an answer.

    Obsolete and proud of it

  5. #35
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    2005 34' Shockwave
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    Apr 2001
    Cave Creek, AZ

    Re: Help Identify this Hull

    Quote Originally Posted by outlawinil
    look out for
    Just a joke, not trying to stir anything up.. I just sold a 29' Step Bottom and am building a 34' step bottom boat..

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