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    Well go today to let the woman get a kitten for kids today and it had a surprise for me. The place had to empty hulls sitting in the pasture. They both look the same, on had a HIN and badge plate identifying it as a sanger. The other had no identification on it. The Sanger has a JG with machined intake with ride plate. And a single axle trailer. Spare parts such as foot throttles, metal gas tanks and such. Guess I am really asking what would you think this is worth. I now a vey vauge question without pics. The Sanger looks like this, as does the other hull.


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    If the hull is decent was thinking abut keeping. If not will keep parts and junk the rest. This is what the back and pump looked like.

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    Looks like a Sanger bubble deck. Thats a sexy ass hull when yhey are cleaned up. Looks like a Berkley JG hanging out the back. That would be an awesome little lake hotrod

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    Im kinda partial to the Sanger Hull myself.... love my v-drive!!! the jet version would be a nice Ladies boat! I would build one for my daughters!
    1975 Sanger True Flat - 496 BBC
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptc View Post
    Im kinda partial to the Sanger Hull myself.... love my v-drive!!! the jet version would be a nice Ladies boat! I would build one for my daughters!
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! LMFAO

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    Dont let these haters discourage you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerBudget212 View Post
    Dont let these haters discourage you.

    Not hatin' ... just sayin that its probably easier to drive!.... which is what Id want for my wife or daughters....

    Sanger is a great hull for either Jet or Vdrive....
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    I picked up the Sanger today. Mainly got it for the Berkley pump in it. Part of the deal was I had to take another hull he had sitting there. So here are the pics of it and some of the parts it came with. Do not know if the Sanger would be worth keeping or not.


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    Some of the parts that came with it.



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    So you got 2 boats for the price of one?

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    Yes. But do not think I will keep either. Already have the daycruiser project and need to get it going. Mainly picked them up for the Berkley.

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    Polish them up and sell em. Bubble deck Sanger move pretty easy.

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