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1999 Triton TR20 "project boat"

Estimated price for orientation: 6 000 $

Category: Bass Fishing Boats

Condition: Used  

This will make a perfect project boat for someone who has the know how and the time to do some fiberglass repair.I bought this boat from the original owner back in Spring of 2015 and ran it for the last two seasons. I've added a lot of cool features and feel like the boat was just getting dialed in. I was really disappointed to find out last month that the bottom of the boat had began delaminating. I had a local fiberglass shop look it over and put together an estimate. He ground off some gel coat to check on the fiberglass and discovered some stress cracks within the fiberglass as well. The fiberglass repair quote, which was mostly labor hours, was just too much and I couldn't justify putting that much money into an older boat like this. The fiberglass repair quote was approximately $1,500 in materials and around 125 hours, it also included rolling the boat over to make the repair easier. The quote is to basically redo the entire bottom of the boat by grinding off the gel coat, laying in some fiberglass then redoing the gelcoat.I've bought a new hull that I plan to put my outboard, trolling motor, electronics, talons, etc. on. I'm selling the 1999 TR20 hull and the single axle trailer as is. Here are some of the nice additions that will be coming with the boat:* Brand new seats from
* Brand new "step box" between seats (ordered from Bass Cat Boats)
* Comfortroll recessed trolling motor tray
* Dek-It Electronics Mount over trolling motor foot pedal
* (2) Brand new windshields
* Brand new TH Marine locks for all compartments
* 6" Jackplate that originally came with the boat
* Cover (has a few tears and needs some buckles but in pretty good shape other than that)I'm in WA State which might present some shipping challenges. The hull I just bought is in Rockwall, TX and I'm in the middle of arranging shipping. There's a good chance that the shipper could back haul the Triton after dropping off my new hull. I would also be willing to discount the price of this boat if the buyer would like to haul my new hull up here to WA then back haul the Triton. Either way I would like for this to be a win/win for whoever buys it so I'm open to get creative on how it's put together. I would also be happy to put you in contact with the fiberglass repair guy who could answer questions relating to the repair.Feel free to call, text or email if you have any questions.Chris Lambert