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Old 21-09-2016, 05:12   #1
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Can you identify this boat?

I bought this boat at Auction and it has no identification at all. It was built new in 2004 I believe out of Southern California. It has never been in the water. Anyone know what it is or what it is worth? It is a 21 ft.
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Old 21-09-2016, 05:24   #2
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Can't tell you the designer or value but she's a sweet little ply build.. the builder knew their stuff..
Early Van de Stadt home build plan sprung to mind.
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Old 21-09-2016, 05:38   #3
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My gut says thunderbird


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does boat have a hull number--hin?? that will give builder away.
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Looks like a Thunderbird with some mods to me. Looks very nicely done! Congrats.
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does boat have a hull number--hin?? that will give builder away.
I'm thinking a well executed home build?
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It ain't a Thunderbird, not at 21'.
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I thought T bird as well but hull proportions are wrong. Nice boat though
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