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It's a 1976 Hallett bubbledeck, 19'. I ran this heavy ass (2000#) hull for 10 years, and got 90 mph out of it. The gel is shot, minor chips, spiders, but no major cracks. Decent interior. It comes with, but all parts may not be assembled, a Berk JC with jetovator, A impeller, loader, aluminum tanks, rail kit for BBC, new helm, the throttle, etc. The pump needs a seal kit, shaft threads repaired. Needs a BBC, pto, exhaust, driveline, a gauge or two, minor plumbing and maybe a wire or two, a battery.
The trailer needs a few little fixes, but the axle, the hubs and tires are all new. What does a mild project grab these days?
 

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It's a 1976 Hallett bubbledeck, 19'. I ran this heavy ass (2000#) hull for 10 years, and got 90 mph out of it. The gel is shot, minor chips, spiders, but no major cracks. Decent interior. It comes with, but all parts may not be assembled, a Berk JC with jetovator, A impeller, loader, aluminum tanks, rail kit for BBC, new helm, the throttle, etc. The pump needs a seal kit, shaft threads repaired. Needs a BBC, pto, exhaust, driveline, a gauge or two, minor plumbing and maybe a wire or two, a battery.
The trailer needs a few little fixes, but the axle, the hubs and tires are all new. What does a mild project grab these days?
Short answer-----quick sale=$1250-$1500.
$1750-$2500+ if you take your time looking for the right buyer or part it out. Maybe more if the trailer is nice.
 

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Short answer-----quick sale=$1250-$1500.
$1750-$2500+ if you take your time looking for the right buyer or part it out. Maybe more if the trailer is nice.

I think you're fair in this estimate. The trailer is just a trailer. It's had it's share of fixes, needs a few more, but will tow to and from without issue. I do not want to part the boat out. It's still a good boat, andto dismantle it would surely spell it's destiny.
 

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I think you're fair in this estimate. The trailer is just a trailer. It's had it's share of fixes, needs a few more, but will tow to and from without issue. I do not want to part the boat out. It's still a good boat, andto dismantle it would surely spell it's destiny.
I hear ya. Looks like a pretty cool boat, and parting it out would inevitably end in you taking a sawzall to it:mad:
I don't know how feasible it is, but have you considered throwing a stock used BBC in it and selling her turn-key for like $3500-$4000?
Too bad you're so far away....RiverDad's got a sweet deal for a BBC in Parts Spam right now.
 

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I hear ya. Looks like a pretty cool boat, and parting it out would inevitably end in you taking a sawzall to it:mad:
I don't know how feasible it is, but have you considered throwing a stock used BBC in it and selling her turn-key for like $3500-$4000?
Too bad you're so far away....RiverDad's got a sweet deal for a BBC in Parts Spam right now.

I saw that!!! I wanted the exhaust for my Daytona, and was going to bring the motor in for the Hallett. But...the exhaust is gone. :|err

I am giving the Hallett to my friend. It really has no monetary value, and would rather see it stay in the family than go off and maybe never see it again.
 

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She has a hard enough time steering if I have to go to the back for something. There ain't a chance in hell she would ever drive.
 
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