fiberform did they even exist?

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by ian laing, Mar 20, 2008.

  1. Ike
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    Ike Senior Member

    That's what happens when you don't have zoning and building codes. What will happen next is that people that have already bought property and built houses will get zoning put in that keeps any newcomers out.

    Nice looking boat.
     
  2. Fiberformfun
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    Location: Idaho Panhandle

    Fiberformfun Junior Member

    6 degrees this morning. I am missing the boating trips. I found these pictures. Most of my pictures are fixing something. These pictures were from last July when my wife and I took her brother out. He was visiting from Fairbanks Alaska. What a fun day of motoring around.
    At anchor on the upper Priest Lake. We went to shore in a very small zodiac like inflatable to have a look around.

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    My wife and her brother. He is a really good guy. The boat interior is in really good shape. Gotta love the trademark white fur interior below deck typical of Fiberforms.

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    Anyway, just posting for fun.
    I will post more pictures this summer. Come on summer!
     
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  3. Masdmaz
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    Masdmaz New Member

    Look great, may I know the model of your boat.I want to try something new and sell my The Viking 68C.
     

  4. Fiberformfun
    Joined: Jul 2018
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    Fiberformfun Junior Member

    After finally finding an old advertisement on ebay I found it was a series 2000 20K model. While it says 20K on the data plate I did not recognize it as being a model number. A 20 foot hull, I sometimes wish I had a 22 or 24 foot boat. My feet hang off the bed. LOL There is a 24 and a 28 on facebook market place in pretty good condition. Most of the time overpriced. Or really beat up from improper care. This boat will keep us happy. It is small and easy to tow. Perfect for us.

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    Cheers,
    Al
     
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