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Must sell my 1976 16' Don Hill Classic drift boat.

Epoxy/graphite/fiberglass bottom and chines. I've rowed fiberglass boats and, in my opinion, this boat tracks substantially better than a Clackacraft low-profile.

Built by Don Hill himself for a gentleman in Oregon, this boat was dry stored and had only seen the water about a dozen times before being acquired by a second owner about 7 years ago and moved to Montana. A rear casting brace was added by Montana Boat Builders. The bottom was finished with epoxy/graphite/fiberglass, is in good shape, and tough as nails. I bought her in January 2007 and have kept her dry stored.

Features:
Front and Rear casting braces
Adjustable front bench seat with two gorgeous seat backs
Oars plus an extra oar
Center-pulley Anchor (includes a lead triangle anchor, pictured)
Custom trailer (with WA State VIN plate) licensed through February 2011
Bearing-buddies
Full-size Spare Tire

Did I mention she's beautiful?

Location: garaged in Lynnwood WA
Call Jim at 206-446-3714





 

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Oh, baby! That boat is like an old classic bamboo rod or a pre-war vintage reel, almost to pretty to fish but calls to you to do so. Oh man, I wish. I wish.
 
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