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Hello! From TX, Need help Identifying this Sailboat

Hello,

We're from TX and we're pleased to meet everyone! We hope our new sailboat fixer-upper will be up and running soon.

Unfortunately we ran across a couple of problems. For starters, we didn't know the original owner and cannot locate the title. The HIN number cannot be found or is lost as well. So, we were assigned a new one.

We still need to identify the model and a strong estimation of model year.

Any help or advice would be extremely helpful, Thank You!

If this should go in another forum please let me know!

It is 20 ft. long and the pictures are down below:







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Hmmm, looks like a FIXRUPPER 20 to me! but have no idea of what year.

Welcome and good luck. Lots of knowledge out here for sure.
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Well your ahead of the game already as you were able to post pictures without the normal 10 post requirement..

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10 post requirement? Haha I'm afraid I don't understand the inside joke.

What about any guesses about what it might be?
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Other than being able to say what make/model boat it is. At that size, there is nothing so complicated that you need worry about OEM parts. Your best tool at this point is a tape measure, followed by a lot of forethought. Best of luck with the project.
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