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Old 02-18-2021, 02:34 PM
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And what years were half canopys
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I believe the 32B first showed up around 1998 or 1999 and they were most popular through the early 2000s. I don't believe I have seen one with a standard deck after 2010 but I believe their have been a few flat deck boats with the 32B bottom. I assume skater still has the molds and would build a new one today if someone was interested but it seems most either go for the 30 / 318 with outboards or move up to a 36 and bigger boats for inboards. As far as the half canopy's my educated guess is that was an option on all of them so it wasn't really year specific.

I think it would be really cool to know production numbers for skaters, compared to 28's and 36's I don't think the 32 or 32B was nearly as popular.
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Originally Posted by Lake rat Skater View Post
I believe the 32B first showed up around 1998 or 1999 and they were most popular through the early 2000s. I don't believe I have seen one with a standard deck after 2010 but I believe their have been a few flat deck boats with the 32B bottom. I assume skater still has the molds and would build a new one today if someone was interested but it seems most either go for the 30 / 318 with outboards or move up to a 36 and bigger boats for inboards. As far as the half canopy's my educated guess is that was an option on all of them so it wasn't really year specific.

I think it would be really cool to know production numbers for skaters, compared to 28's and 36's I don't think the 32 or 32B was nearly as popular.
Yeah I would interested in the prod. #'s also...
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I have Team Douglas F3-11 hull #1 its a 1999

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I have Team Douglas F3-11 hull #1 its a 1999
Beautiful 32B! Cool piece of Skater history!
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My dad was the original owner of Hull #7 "Mavrik"... we just sold it last year. Standard deck no 1/4 canopies


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My dad was the original owner of Hull #7 "Mavrik"... we just sold it last year. Standard deck no 1/4 canopies
good to know and for what its worth your 388 is super cool!
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good to know and for what its worth your 388 is super cool!

Thank you!!! Took a lot of time and effort but it was definitely worth it.
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I seen 1987 models for sale before (32) but I'm assuming they were not B models???
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Until the Team Douglas boat, there was the A model which performed better with o/b power vs the i/o which deemed the creation of the B
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