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Anyone have any idea what this boat is ?


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For sale near me.Think it's kinda unique with the wood..Never seen anything like it.
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There are/were guys that would buy a boat and add the wood themselves. I think it's a Sidewinder with a wood veneer added.


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Sidewinder was my first guess since i had one some years ago, but i still can't find any pictures of one with a similar dash or engine cover.
Whoever did the wood had some skill, can't imagine the amount of time put into that. Might just find a new home if the price is right.
Would like to see that wood restored to looking like it did when it was installed.

Thanks for the input guys