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Fishing Canoe Molds

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by Ride5, Apr 28, 2009.

  1. Ride5
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    Ride5 New Member

    We are selling 5 fishing canoe molds. The sizes are as follows: 10.5 foot wide bottom, 12.5 foot wide bottom, 14.5 foot wide bottom, 15 foot traditional recreational, and a 15 foot square stern. We also have enough vinyl rails for 30 boats and a few misc hulls (four).

    Molds are all in good shape and have had parts built in them in the last year. We had planned on building the 3 wide bottom boats as a fishing line, but we don't have enough room in our shop. They have been in indoor storage for a few months. We build wooden kayaks and canoes and sharing our shop with a glass operation at this time is not feasable. We will assist with loading or shipping if you make the arrangements. E-mail us with any questions and we will respond as quickly as we can. We can also e-mail pictures of the molds.

    Will take the best realistic offer.

    You can contact us at: ride5@earthlink.net
     
    Last edited: Apr 28, 2009
  2. Ride5
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    Ride5 New Member

    Photos of Molds

    Here are some of the molds that we are selling.
     

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  3. Cobra1
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    Cobra1 Junior Member

    Did You get my email??
     

  4. Ride5
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    Ride5 New Member

    Cobra1,

    We did not receive your e-mail. Please send again. Our e-mail is ride5@earthlink.net.

    Thanks!
     
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