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19' Custom Carolina Boat jig, forsale (new)

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by cbboatworks, Aug 10, 2009.

  1. cbboatworks
    Joined: Sep 2006
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    Location: Wilmington NC

    cbboatworks Junior Member

    We have an internal build going on of our 16 Redfish Flats and we were going to build the 19 right after but... we have been so busy that the 16 build is behind. We are just molding the bottom of the 16 at this time. So... we cut a 19 out for ourselves a few weeks ago and it is really in the way. I would knock a substantial bit off that price to get it out of our way.

    We normally sell the "Hull Only" jig for $2100. I would let it go for $1650. Pictures can be seen at the links below.

    If interested please email me at cbboatworks@aol.com


    Hull Animation video

    Jig Assembly Animation Video

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