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Definitely Hinckley...

Used to be that each manufacturer would show a distinctive cove stripe.

Scroll down a bit, and you will find Hinckley's here:

Good Old Boat - A - I

The whole list here:

Good Old Boat - Boat Identifiers
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Looks to be pirated from the Hinckley web site.
Hinckley - SW52 Gallery
Since there is a copyright symbol on that page, one wonders if the site referenced paid for the image or not.

Back about 12 years ago, Hinckley used to have a wallpaper d/l section on their own site. I still have some great hi-rez shots of their boats in my desktop pic file from those days. I did not notice this feature when looking around their site today. (?)

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Guess I didn't dig deeply enough.
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