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Bass Hawk Hulls for sale

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by held9, Feb 3, 2021.

  1. held9
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    I have 8 Hulls only of the Bass Hawk Bass Boat.
    14 ft,
    2 ea 15 ft,
    16 ft, 2 ea
    17 ft,
    18 ft,
    19 ft.
    Asking $5000 ea or OBO. 209__INT_spec-details.jpg Scan1.jpg Scan2.jpg Scan3.jpg Scan4.jpg BHawk1.jpg
     

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  2. held9
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    Bump $2000 each Hull Mold
     
  3. Miles Shorey
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    Miles Shorey New Member

    Which model is the biggest you have?
     
  4. held9
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    Miles, the largest hull mold we have is 19 feet.
     
  5. Miles Shorey
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    Is it the intimidator?
     
  6. held9
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    Its more like the 196 series.
     

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    do you have any spec's on the little 14?? Any photo's of the inside, tooling gel condition? Thank you.
     
  8. held9
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    Cobra 1. I am sorry I dont have any spec's
     
  9. Cobra1
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    Do you or can you get any pictures of the inside of the molds? The condition of the tooling gel, the condition of the supporting structure.
     
  10. held9
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    Cobra1 here is a picture of the 19 foot mold, we cleaned up the other day. The other molds are in similar condition.
     

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    That's some good looking tooling.
     
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    Yes they clean up well.
     

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    Asking $2000 ea or OBO.
     
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