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  • Lonestar 14' Project ID Please

    I have a 14' Lonestar fiberglass hull. The HIN has only eight numbers stamped and everything else is gone. Does anybody know how to ID this thing?
    A short pencil is better than a long memory!

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    Re: Lonestar 14' Project ID Please

    my email is scrobo@cogeco.ca

    Send me a few pics or post them in here. I've been doing a lot of research on Lonestar since I came across one in someone's backyard and bought it. Fascinating company. nice look to their boats.
    1959 Lonestar Monterey - 1977 Mercury 402 outboard - Smart Tab equipped - Garmin GPSMap76 - Hummingbird PiranhaMAX 190c - Seacast core-composite transom

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      Re: Lonestar 14' Project ID Please

      I attached a pic. I also have a post in repair and restoration
      called first resto HELP!
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      A short pencil is better than a long memory!

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        Re: Lonestar 14' Project ID Please

        She's a Lonestar Monterey. Late 50s. Lots of work ahead of you Roofus... But al worth it when she rips down the lake.

        According to my conformity plate:
        Max weight: 900lbs
        Max HP: 40


        I dealt with the exact same boat so if you need any help or have any questions just email me. Glad to help. And go get a set of Smart Tabs for it when you're done
        1959 Lonestar Monterey - 1977 Mercury 402 outboard - Smart Tab equipped - Garmin GPSMap76 - Hummingbird PiranhaMAX 190c - Seacast core-composite transom

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          Re: Lonestar 14' Project ID Please

          I'm laying the deck in her today. I will post some pics.

          I also acuired an old glasspar 16 footer. Take a look on the attached forum.

          http://forums.iboats.com/showthread....=1#post1627821
          A short pencil is better than a long memory!

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