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    So my dad and I pickup a project boat for a very good price, However the guys didnt have any paperwork etc. and had no idea what make the hull was. I cant find any hull ID #'s, the boat had been repainted(and a shit job at that!) so i think it got filled in and covered. The hull is VERY solid and heavy. Any Idea's?
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    maybe a hallett or omega
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekcraft137 View Post
    So my dad and I pickup a project boat for a very good price, However the guys didnt have any paperwork etc. and had no idea what make the hull was. I cant find any hull ID #'s, the boat had been repainted(and a shit job at that!) so i think it got filled in and covered. The hull is VERY solid and heavy. Any Idea's?
    I was gonna say, looks a LOT like a Hallett to me........

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    I'm redoing a 76 Sleek Craft Jr Exec which looks a great deal like that hull. My cap is slightly different, but the bottom is identical. Probably same molds. I've seen Spectra's that resemble the Sleek a great deal. Bet it's like trying to decide is it a Hawaiian or a Tahiti, Charger or Challenger or a Southwind? They all have the same basic lines.

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    Tahiti Boss 21'

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    Quote Originally Posted by halcyon days View Post
    Tahiti Boss 21'
    that would be my guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by halcyon days View Post
    Tahiti Boss 21'
    x2. does it have the fur underneath the closed bow..on the "ceiling" of it?

    Tahiti, Omega, or spectra?
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    In the pic it looks like it doesn't have any lifting strakes or chines in the rear. Is that the case? Is the back half of the bottom smooth? Or does it just look like it in the pic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Areyouliving View Post
    In the pic it looks like it doesn't have any lifting strakes or chines in the rear. Is that the case? Is the back half of the bottom smooth? Or does it just look like it in the pic?
    it has just a slight bit
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    Look at the boats in this link, my guess is a early Hallett Day Cruiser
    http://www.performanceboats.com/boat...r-all-new.html


    This might be a better example http://www.performanceboats.com/boat...e-cruiser.html
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    ok, im thinking its a Tahiti Boss. Its a 1/4 stringer with a center stringer down the center infront of the 1/4 stringer.
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    old cambell possibly, a friend had one,looked jest like it.
    just a half turn before it breaks.

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    so i snapped some pics of the bottom of the boat....its interesting, the hull was molded to have K plates. Also measured the boat today, its 21ft
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    Looks like an old Campbel v-drive cruiser hull
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