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International 505 Racing Dinghy Mold

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by CloudDiver, Dec 16, 2020.

  1. CloudDiver
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    CloudDiver Senior Member

    I have the hull and CB structure Molds for the International 505, 17ft planing dinghy.

    This design was by Pegasus Racing, 3 hulls were pulled from this mold that I am aware of. Two boats were for recreational use and one hull for racing was made of carbon and was officially measured. The mold was setup for infusion so there are large flanges. The plywood support structure has wings that aide in a controlled roll for de-molding.

    I do have pictures and will post them as soon as I can locate my back-ups. The mold is stored indoors and the only reason I can't just take new pics is that there is other 'stuff' in the space and in the way of taking new shots. If there is interest in the molds and I still can't find the original pics I'll move the other stuff so I can shoot new pictures and post them.

    The tooling gelcoat is in good shape, there will be some minor scratches and chips that will need repair. The mold frame is on wheels so its easy to move around a shop floor. I can get it on a small flat bed trailer without a ramp, it is a two man lift and not too much trouble. I am willing to transport a reasonable distance with my truck based on offer price and compensation for time/distance. The mold is located in San Diego, CA. Send me a message and we can communicate via phone, message, or email. Open to reasonable offers.
     
  2. Cobra1
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    Cobra1 Junior Member

    Pic's please, what are you looking at as far as price?
     
  3. CloudDiver
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    CloudDiver Senior Member

    I'm still checking my back-ups for the pictures I had. As I mentioned before, it is stored indoors but there is a bunch of equipment in the way of taking new pics. I'll do my best to get pics up.

    If you are interested, please make an offer.
     
  4. CloudDiver
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    CloudDiver Senior Member


  5. CloudDiver
    Joined: Jun 2014
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    Location: San Diego

    CloudDiver Senior Member

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