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Old 05-30-2008, 10:26 AM
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your right Roger....i didnt catch that chief part....i assumed it was the Thad boat...that pic i posted is of the Thad molds/parts that were for sale a while back
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your right Roger....i didnt catch that chief part....i assumed it was the Thad boat...that pic i posted is of the Thad molds/parts that were for sale a while back
Whatever they were it looks like they are Pantera molds now. I'm sure that Jo and Pepe will know what to do with them and that they will turn out to be a great addition to the Pantera line up. I'm looking forward to seeing the first one.


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Not the Apache/Chief but maybe from the Thad Allen attempt. If they are, I'm glad to see that they are putting the molds to good use. Too much went into them to be sitting in a warehouse collecting dust.
I was referring to the Thad Allen attempt, which later became Chief with a different deck mold... I thought I remember reading way back when that the CNC plug for the hull got messed up by the glass guys???? Or maybe my memory isn't serving me correctly...
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Whatever they were it looks like they are Pantera molds now. I'm sure that Jo and Pepe will know what to do with them and that they will turn out to be a great addition to the Pantera line up. I'm looking forward to seeing the first one.


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Wow nice boat... And WOW $279k and manual bolsters....
I prefer manual. One less thing to break and most I've seen don't hold up that well anyways. CUSTOM offshore boat..... Can't wait till one of these depreciate enough for me to buy. Love how it sits in the water. Great Job all around.
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I was referring to the Thad Allen attempt, which later became Chief with a different deck mold... I thought I remember reading way back when that the CNC plug for the hull got messed up by the glass guys???? Or maybe my memory isn't serving me correctly...
I don't think so. Although similar, they are two completely different boats.
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Yes, these are the Thad Allen 41' project molds. We are changing the configuration in the cockpit more to our style and adding a new twin step insert in the mold.

These molds are in pristine condition.

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gorgeous lines on the 36!
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My god a boat builder that actually tells you where their molds came from!

If the Government used as much secrecy and deception as most builders do on this stuff, we'd have impecable national security.

Looks like a nice addition to the Pantera line up. I still think someone should oder a new 28 with a couple of those small block 400's in a sit down version. I think that would be one hot boat.
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Looking good guys, keep up the good work.
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