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20' and 21' boat molds

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by marlo2010, Jan 2, 2011.

  1. marlo2010
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    I have a 20' cuddy cabin hull and deck mold, a 21' cuddy cabin hull and deck mold, and a 21' open bow hull and deck mold for sale. All are v-hulls and in good condition, may or may not have some or all of the small piece molds that go with. Looking to sell for $2000.00 USD per set, loosing inside storage space and hate to see get ruined sitting outside. Email or post contact information and I can send pictures of what you are interested in. I can also get the actual hull lengths (I believe 20'4", 21'6", 21'6") Molds are dusty, but I will try to clean up for pictures.
     
  2. marlo2010
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    pictures
    molds are dirty, just need wiped out and they should be ready
    Also, there is some water and ice in the pictures, it was raining and snowing when I moved them.
     

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  3. pantherpython
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  4. marlo2010
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    marlo2010 Junior Member

    pantherpython619
    I sent you an email with the pictures. Let me know if you got them and what you are thinking.
     
  5. T_Davis1973
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    ARE THESE MOLDS STILL FORSALE....PLZ SEND MORE PICS AND INFO ...LOOKING TO BUY ASAP!!!......Travisdavis1973@yahoo.com
     
  6. marlo2010
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    Travis
    Molds are still for sale. I have many more, all are in good condition. I don't know what more information you want. I can't get much better pictures right now, I try to get good ones while I am hauling them out, but I don't have the time to wash them out as I'm doing all this right now. (It's also been below freezing for a few months, so it's not just a splash to clean) Here is a rough list of what I have, there are also many smaller piece molds.
    17-21' center console fishing boats (5)
    20-21' cuddy cabin (2)
    20-21' open bow (2)
    20-27' walk around fishing boats (6)
    27' cabin cruiser (1)
    Again, it is a rough list, and I haven't gone thru everything but it seems most are intact and in good shape. I also have some gel and chopper guns, I assume they would all need to be rebuilt before use.
     
  7. Cobra1
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    Where are you located? Interested in the 20-21 open bow. Do you know the beam width by chance? speedracer525i@yahoo.com

    If you have any pic's of it could you email them. I'm looking for a good hull to put a bass boat style deck on, yes I would tool up the deck, and pop a mold. Is the current deck a shoe box fit or butt fit? I would like to see if any of the open bow deck would have any usable parts. Any good pic's of the transom as well, looks like it's set up more for an I/O than and O/B, is that what I'm seeing? I'm not a rookie builder, I've done it before.
     
  8. marlo2010
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    Cobra 1
    I will try to get some better pictures of the molds this weekend. I am in the midwest and it is supposed to warm up this week, I have snow all over and can't get too much moved around right now untill some melts. I believe they are 96" beams, and they are a shoebox style hull to deck joint. These were both setup for I/O application, but if you plan on retooling the deck, it could be converted fairly easy.
     
  9. Cobra1
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    It's a good looking hull. Shouldn't take to much to modify the the mold to make it work. An using the perimeter of the deck would save some time building that flange. It's about 75 here in Az, I'll try to send some your way to melt that snow.
     
  10. LGH
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    LGH Imperial Yachts

  11. en360
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    en360 Junior Member

    it look the condition is not bad. and the price is good
     
  12. fisherman_kk
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  13. marlo2010
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    I still have the 2 open bows and the one cuddy cabin mold sets. I also have a 19' hull mold for like a boston whaler style v hull, along with some other misc part molds (2 center consoles, hardtop, liner/livewells, etc.) Make an offer, as I have them sitting outside now and hate to see them turn to junk.
     
  14. fisherman_kk
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    fisherman_kk Junior Member

    marlo2010, please contact me at: kklamann2@hotmail.com I'm interested in cathedral ("boston whaler") hull mold but will have to see the pictures first.
     

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