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Kez

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It is a Dumas CF deep vee 20.
I believe the definition of deep vee is 16 degrees dead rise. I had two of these but I never measured it. The vee appeared to be shallower than 16 degrees.
Have you run it? How does it handle with an outboard?
 
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I just picked it up and a friend went over the engine. He said it’s an early 3.5, and he said it has very little time on it. I haven’t run it yet. Just kinda curious, what are these worth? The hull has no damage, and very clean. I might try to run this weekend.
 

Bogie bogaard

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that is one heck of a clean boat.... i have its bigger brother, the DV60-cf, been one hell of an uphill battle to get it back on the water from when i rescued it...LOL

boat 1.jpegboat.jpg
 

Bogie bogaard

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i couldnt tell you a value, as i paid $70 for my bare hull in the condition you see in the first pic...LOL
 
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I’m not sure, I didn’t paint it. I could have wherein Williams try to match it, and give you the code
 

Bogie bogaard

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What color blue metal flake is that on the upper deck. Looks great
my hull is sprayed with Duplicolor clear coat with this metal flake suspended in it, shot thru an HVLP gun with a 2.2mm nozzle, that is also shot over a black primer coat, some of the black still shows thru under the clear, which i think gives it some depth.... its 4 HEAVY coats of the clear/flake suspension, and could use a few more coats of just clear and a good wetsand/polish...
 

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