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Identifying this 27'er

Does anyone have any ideas about what builder built this boat. We can not find any identifying marks on this boat anywhere.

This list of pics. isn't ideal I know but if someone has any idea's that'd be great?

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Kinda hard to tell without any pictures!
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It's a Vancouver 27, yep that's it, a Vancouver 27, I'm sure of it.
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pics

I tried to load some pictures but it told me I couldn't because I wasn't "approved" or some-such-nonsense. Someone can delete this thread if they can. I couldn't.

Not sure how the other poster identified it as a Vancouver 27 with no pics. but hey; what do
i know!

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If you have a link to the pics cut and paste the link - you've got our interest and can't give up now. Or try and post again - if the pics aren't too large it should work.
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I tried a link ; that didn't fly either. I'll try it again when I have more time.
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Okay gang - here's the link. http://www.hoopersyachts.com/Index.c...usedboatid=948
I looked and I don't know but at least now you can try to help bashmaki figure out the puzzle.
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Brian... he says 27 but it has a resemblance to a locally produced (at one time) Stoltz 25... Ever seen one of those?

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Yes I remember the Stoltz - fairly nondescript small boat. The beam looks right at 8', but it's listed at 23' waterline on 27' overall and I think there is more cabin than I remember the Stoltz as having. The deck is wood based on the framing in the forecabin. Broker is in Minnesota. Every time you go to a pic on the broker's site you can't get back to where you were - any boat.
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ps - doesn't the boat in the worst condition have the most potential?
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