SOLD/EXPIRED large project boat for sale!

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired Classifieds' started by fish3208, Jan 10, 2008.

  1. fish3208

    fish3208 Well-Known Member

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    This is a boat I purchased with a mold. It is a great flatback style hull. 24' long x 9'6" wide.
    Comes with new 3000# continental trailer, New color matched Porta bracket.
    Boat was started by previous builder and I built in and chopped front cabinets and floors.
    Comes with center console and leaning post/baitwell, wire ran from transom box to console.
    gas tank and hoses installed.[​IMG][​IMG]


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    call me 407-967-1993
     
  2. captnron

    captnron Guest

    Is that a "Fat Boy"?
     

  3. SoggyDollar

    SoggyDollar Well-Known Member

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    Looks like the fat boy to me.. Is that guy still in business?
     
  4. captnron

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    I don't think so. Heard some disturbing stuff about delivery and when I drove by his location the other day, the doors were down. Didn't investigate. When I talked with him last year, looked like he built a no frills boat for a fair price. :cool:
     
  5. fish3208

    fish3208 Well-Known Member

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    Yes it is the fatboy! I bought him out in sept. I repaired the molds and am now ready to start production.
    This boat is for sale now as a project for someone. I want to start with my own ideas. If you know of anyone wanting one send them my way.

    Fish3208
     
  6. SoggyDollar

    SoggyDollar Well-Known Member

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    They looked to be a great boat. I had my checkbook out to buy one of his Tower boats until the rumors started. Good luck with your venture. Keep us posted with pictures and your changes..
     
  7. captnron

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    You have any objection in taking this to the off topic for discussion? We shouldn't derail your thread For Sale but it isn't a micro by any means. ;D ;D ;D Can I call you "Fat Boy"? ;D ;D

    First question is - where are you now located?
     
  8. ucfsae81

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    that boats looks like it might sit in a couple inches of water like it is. all you need is a poling platform and a long paddle
     
  9. ucfsae81

    ucfsae81 Well-Known Member

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    kinda looks like the panga design
     
  10. fish3208

    fish3208 Well-Known Member

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    Hey Capt. Ron, We can move this dicussion if you want. I started this here because it wasn't a microskiff. it said other boats. Sorry!!! :)

    Fish 3208
     
  11. fish3208

    fish3208 Well-Known Member

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    Hey Capt. Ron, We can move this dicussion if you want. I started this here because it wasn't a microskiff. it said other boats. Sorry!!! :)

    Fish 3208
     
  12. fish3208

    fish3208 Well-Known Member

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    Sorry Ron, Orlando.. :)
     
  13. captnron

    captnron Guest

    NP with the add. I just want to derail it some more but not at your expense. ;) It's not a microskiff but I personally like all boats as long as they float. HeII, I'm not even that picky. ;D ;D ;D Maybe you could start a thread in off topic so we can talk about it some more or would you rather discuss here? Your thread. :cool: Maybe it was your intent to use the add as a lead add anyway and in that case it might be to your advantage to discuss here. :-/
     
  14. captnron

    captnron Guest

    Thanks. You end up with just the hull and top cap molds? He had some other stuff laying around he was messing with. :-/
     
  15. fish3208

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    I also have the 36" console and leaning post w/ large livewell. he had damaged the hull mold and covered it up by filling the damage with tooling gel and hid it until after I bought them. then it cost me $7500.00 to redso the hull. But it is good to go now.

    fish3208

    If you want to move this go ahead, just let me know..
     
  16. captnron

    captnron Guest

    Now that I know the drill, might as well leave it here since you purchased this boat and the molds. This boat had a lot of interest under the previous ownership. I even helped a few potential customers find the physical location. ;)

    Like I said, this has to be the biggest 24 I've ever seen and the previous owner claimed it would run out with a 140 Zuke. I like the idea of a full size boat the doesn't require 1000 HP.