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Old 29 November 2014, 12:34   #1
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Quicksilver model year question

Hello all,

I've just got myself a quicksilver 380 but I'm not sure what age it is (not particularly bothered but interested). Wonder if anyone could answer my question.

The model number is AA380009N. I put that into Google and found a website that suggests it's a 2005 model year. Would that model number be specific to one year or could it be any one of a number of years?


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Old 29 November 2014, 14:04   #2
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Hi Terry ..welcome to the forum

I cant help with your question.. but I have a 2005 quicksilver too..although its the slightly bigger version.

If its not pouring with rain tomorrow..I will lift the cover and see if I can see its serial number..perhaps that will be a clue as its the same year ?

Its too dark to do it tonight..and there are big spiders live under its cover

So if no one else can help..I will re post tomorrow with its number..assuming I don't get caught in the webs
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The serial number should be on the outside of the transom. A twelve digit number that probably begins with USA. The last two digits will be the year.
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Thanks Guys. Gurnard, at least you don't need to face the spiders now.

The serial number ends in 05 so I guess my google research was correct. It begins with KR-MPE (I guess this is a code for where it was manufactured)

On another point, do you have any recommendations for restoring the colour as it's quite faded.
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