T-Craft Model ID

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by Barbara224, Nov 11, 2019.

  1. Barbara224
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    Barbara224 New Member

    In 1986, we bought our 1979 T-Craft. It is 23' 9" long, 9' wide. We are interested in selling it, but can't find out what model it is. Can anyone help us find out the model? It is registered as a commercial boat and is an open fisherman type.
     
  2. fallguy
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    fallguy Senior Member

    See if you can find a hull id number.

    Typically on the transom or somewhere less than impossible to find.

    Or the government may have the model number in the registration.

    otherwise, a few here might know it if you gabe a picture
     
  3. Barbara224
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    I have the hull ID #, but don't know what model (beachcomber, adventurer, or other name). We are trying to determine the value of the boat and motor in order to set a selling price. I will try to post a picture also.
     
  4. fallguy
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    See if the state has it, too.

    post a picture here and highly likely someone will know it
     
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  6. Barbara224
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    Barbara224 New Member

    This is a picture of the boat.

    boat2.jpg
     
  7. Richard Miszler
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    Richard Miszler New Member

    I’m interested in this boat how much are you asking for it
     
  8. Richard Miszler
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    Richard Miszler New Member

    I’m Interested in this boat my number is+15615844680
     
  9. fallguy
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    What engine?

    I can lookup a nada value for all the t crafts if I know year, make, model of the engine.
     
  10. Barbara224
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    Barbara224 New Member

    I gave my husband (Steve) your phone number.
     

  11. fallguy
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    fallguy Senior Member

    The Beachcomber avg retail is 3k with nothing; no electronics; no canvas; bare boat.

    taking a guess on the Beachcomber..

    The value of such a boat is largely the engine.

    The NADA guides are the resource.
     
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