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Old 09 August 2011, 12:31   #1
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Hurricane 733

Ideally I am looking for a hull and deck sections Zodiac 733. No tubes, trailer, engine, bracket, wiring, etc required. I would have to rebuild them anyhow. Or any quality commercial duty RIB in the 23'-28' range, however not an I/O Willard. Thanks
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Old 11 August 2011, 01:26   #2
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H733 Wanted

I have a H733 for sale .
Asking 35,000
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Old 13 August 2011, 23:36   #3
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I have a 730 Willard

I have a 730 Willard hull and bracket. This model works better than a 733 OB model. Come take one for a spin to see what i mean. 20K

Call me if you are interested. Chris
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Old 14 August 2011, 02:54   #4
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I have a 730 Willard hull and bracket. This model works better than a 733 OB model. Come take one for a spin to see what i mean. 20K

Call me if you are interested. Chris
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Look at my build of the 730 on the site. same hull, bracket, tank. Has not been assembled would need 30-45 days to finish if you are interested. You can come take my other 730 for a run to see how the hull handles.
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Specs? What are those engines?

Need more pics of interior too
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Look at my build of the 730 on the site. same hull, bracket, tank. Has not been assembled would need 30-45 days to finish if you are interested. You can come take my other 730 for a run to see how the hull handles.
Thanks Ryan,

I could not get the balance I wanted from the bulkhead configuration on the Willard to make it ride as well as the Zodiac. The fuel tank needs to be further forward to keep the bow down. I would like to come up and see what you have done. The pics adn posts of the refit were great.
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