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1974 Frahs flatbottom v-drive molds

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by bwb, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. bwb
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    bwb New Member

    I have the original 17' Terry Frahs Sprint boat deck mold, split hull mold, tooling and an original hull from the molds with hardware. The molds were rumored to be modified low-profile Stevens molds. They have always been stored inside and are in excellent condition. The hull is structurally in great shape, just in need of a paint job. I have $6,500.00 invested in everything and am just looking to break even.

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  2. Volksliner
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    Volksliner Junior Member

    Very Nice, Did you in the mean time pull a boat out of the molds?

    The thing I always wonder about is how the top fits the bottom, what with the barrel and all. Especially since you don't see a lot of flatbottom boats that are finished with a rubber bumper or something like that. They are all smooth.

    Do you maybe have some more pictures of the mold?
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