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Irwin finding hull numbers

Hi My brother bought an irwin after hurricane andrew from an boat auction, In 1995 he was killed, my father had the boat for many years after that it was a fix er up kind of boat, the boat never left the dock so it was never titled in all those years, well now my father has died and i have the boat. i am trying to get it titled but on the transome where the hull numbers should be it was repaired and the numbers are gone. so my question is: Are the numbers anywhere else on the boat besides the transome? and if so where would i look. I cannot sell it without a title, help!!!!! LM
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Suggest you try Gene Gammon for an answer. He is probably the most knowlegable Irwin guy out there:
http://www.irwinyachts.com/Refurb/Refurbish_page.htm
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That is the only place on my boat I know of that they are at....Sorry for all your losses..
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I found mine in the back wall of the starboard rope locker. way in the back didnt find it till it was empty and i had a flashlight. was black marker under a layer of glass
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Weird...My lazaret has been painted a couple times so cant verify if that was a common practice or whether they did that when repairing the boat.


Edit 9-23-08...If this post seems out of context it's because apparently the preceding post to this answer has been deleted.

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thanks for the info
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thanks for the info
Delayed gratification but your welcome...
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