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Old 01-22-2005, 09:19 AM
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Why do people bid so early?

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Old 01-22-2005, 09:33 AM
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How old are the molds, and what condition? They do have a lifespan, they're only good for so many times before the hulls start to have imperfection.
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That is true but you can refinish them easily enough.
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Old 01-22-2005, 09:41 AM
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I saw 1 A.T. cat when I had my 37 A.T. Pat said it rode great for its size, and actually handled better than he thought for the size boat it was, they didn't sell to many and he was concentrating his efforts on their 37 AVH hull at the time. Jeff
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Do you guys know for sure they are A.T. molds?
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Old 01-22-2005, 01:58 PM
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That is the problem as I see it. The guy selling them has not provided any pictures of the molds. They could be full of water and junk for all we know. Hell if I was selling something like that I would go out and for 10 bucks buy a throw away digital camera and put all kinds of pictures up.
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And how many people have owned this mold? How many different named boats did these molds produce? Pantera1 thought it looked like a Chris Cat, witch were awesome cats but that would make them too old and too many owners and too many hulls popped out.

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Cord, didn't you buy some molds a while back?

Sure did. Still sitting on them. Being unemployed really set that project back on it's heels. Right now, it'll be at least 2, proably 3 years before anything happens. I did get my Coast Guard numbers though. WOI
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how many people on here are bidding on them, man they jumped up quickly.
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I bid on them, but got out bid in the last 30 seconds, went for $9100 damn I wanted em, I hope edwinally or whatever actually builds a few. A good friend of mine has some 21 and 41 v molds, but I really wanna cat, anyone know of anything else out there?
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