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looking for old Bahner molds!!

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by Cowboy_Mike, Jul 21, 2009.

  1. Cowboy_Mike
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    Cowboy_Mike Junior Member

    Does any one have, or know what happened to those fast fun molds?
     
  2. Cobra1
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    Cobra1 Junior Member

    They are in your state some where, I did see something about them. Some one has them and they are in use. I for get who it was.
     
  3. Cowboy_Mike
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    Cowboy_Mike Junior Member

    Thanks. I read some where that ultra boats had them, and Banher violated probation, or parol remaking new ones.
    Too bad. They are great hulls, fast and handle like no other. I like my 83 18' jet. I have had a few boats. The first 2 had outboards, 1 was a Tahiti 17' ski boat, 2nd was a 19' placecraft mod-v tunnel with a 235 evinrude. Both handle ok. My Bahner has a stock pump, a basic 460 with a performer intake, stock cam. It does 70. I think thats good for stock.
    Any way, I will keep my ears open to the location of molds.

    Thank you!
     
  4. Ike
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    Ike Senior Member

    Try the Performance Boats forum. http://www.performanceboats.com/

    They took over after Hot Boat went out of business. Someone on that forum probably knows where they are.
     
  5. Cowboy_Mike
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    Cowboy_Mike Junior Member

    Thanks Ike, I will do that. I found a guy that knows Rod Bahner. I asked him, haven't gotten a reply yet, but that was just today.
     

  6. Cowboy_Mike
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    Hi Ike, I looked at those links about boat building, getting started. Lots of info. Thanks!:cool:
     
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