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Old 09-24-2010, 09:09 AM
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spectra from calif.

Could be. "Racey" on "River Daves Place" could give you some more information on it if it is.

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Yeah its a nice looking hull are you sure its one piece and not screwed then glassed over?
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Marine Dynamics aka Clem Gem made in Michigan.
Here is a picture that a friend of mine (h2oboater) took of one back in the day.
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Here are a couple of pictures that I just swiped off of River Daves Place for comparison. The orange and white one is for sale.
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Marine Dynamics aka Clem Gem made in Michigan.
Here is a picture that a friend of mine (h2oboater) took of one back in the day.
Cool Looking boat!
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maybe

should i get more pics?
Yes more pics and HIN#
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Here are a couple of pictures that I just swiped off of River Daves Place for comparison. The orange and white one is for sale.
Wouldn't think it was a Racey Roger .. totally diff deck.
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Old 09-24-2010, 02:11 PM
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def not a sonic...i dont have a clue.

id be a little concerned about the way its sitting on the wood. only 5 small support structures...i guess if its empty it doesnt weigh much but it looks like you would have a lot of local pressure on the hull
its on a trailer now, that's how the previous owner had it

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Now, all you need is $100000 and you can finish the boat in a year or so!!! Better off buying a complete boat.
just a budget boat, its not going to be anywhere as nice as others.

ill get some pictures when its completed

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Not sure what it is, but it has very nice lines. Not a Sonic for sure. It has to be 2 parts that are glassed together. No way to make it as a single one piece hull.

If it has an HIN then you should be able to find out what it is.
HIN? hull indication number? and its 2 piece glassed together, but no screws

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Marine Dynamics aka Clem Gem made in Michigan.
Here is a picture that a friend of mine (h2oboater) took of one back in the day.
looks like it!

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Yeah its a nice looking hull are you sure its one piece and not screwed then glassed over?
no screws just glassed together

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Yes more pics and HIN#

Wouldn't think it was a Racey Roger .. totally diff deck.
will get more tommorow, going to work on it
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yup ... HIN = Hull ID Number off the transom, usually top right side, when looking at transom. Or maybe I should say starboard stern
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yup ... HIN = Hull ID Number off the transom, usually top right side, when looking at transom. Or maybe I should say starboard stern
ok ill get that in the pictures
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heres the HIN#

hbgil28050678

i guess its a 78 lol

so how can i know what it is by this #
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