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 Post subject: Our first Hobie 16's
PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2015 7:18 pm 
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Location: Zephyrhills, Fl.
A year ago my wife tells me she would like to get a Hobie and sail it. This is a old hobby of mine 25 years ago. I said okay like I have with getting a Full size Bronco for her to tool around in. Well nothing about a Hobie or a Bronco for a year Yee Haa. Well a month ago she brought up the Bronco and Hobie again. So i looked around and found a guy selling 2 Hobie 16's with a trailer. Cheaper then a truck. Went and looked at them. I thought we were getting 1 Hobie and a trailer. He told me I could have both and the trailer for $400, I said will you take $300, fully rigged sails and all, Sold. I was in shock when he included the sails too. 1 is a 73' (Blue one) I believe which needs very little hull work, tramp, lines, new sails possibly if the ones he gave us can't be used. The white one needs some work which is not a big deal to me as I have been doing fiberglass and body work most of my life. Got a second trailer for $250 woot woot, and Hobie trax like new for $100 woot woot. I will post progress in time. I will post pics if I can get the up on page.Image
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 Post subject: Re: Our first Hobie 16's
PostPosted: Wed Jul 29, 2015 9:00 am 
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You may want to shop around for good hulls rather than trying to fix your current hulls if the damage you refer to are soft spots.


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 Post subject: Re: Our first Hobie 16's
PostPosted: Fri Jul 31, 2015 11:21 pm 
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And it begins with the 73'
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