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Has anyone every heard of a Hollywood Houston tri-hull boat?

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  • Has anyone every heard of a Hollywood Houston tri-hull boat?

    We have a Starcraft ski boat, but just purchased a 1970 Hollywood Houston tri-hull boat strictly for fishing. Great buy!! But, we want to do a couple minor repairs (i.e. new ignition and run new steering cables), but we can not find any and I mean any literature on a Hollywood Houston boat. 15 footer.
    Let me know if you have heard of one.

    Also, we have a Merc 350 (Mercury 35hp outboard motor on it) Made somewhere in the late 60's. It pull starts with no problem, but we need to replace the starter. Can't really read the entire serial number since it is so old. What else can we do to get the correct starter. iboats.com said there is either a 9 tooth or 10 tooth starter for that motor. We need to find out which it takes. We dont have the old starter. Previous owner chucked it!

    Thanks for any help!!


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    Re: Has anyone every heard of a Hollywood Houston tri-hull boat?

    I have just purchased a hollywood houston boat. I looked on NADA and there is not manufacturer by that name. I suspect that this was custom made at a fiberglass boat shop and given the brand name for a dealer.

    e mail at scottandallyryan@hotmail.com

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