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Old 26-10-2005, 09:17 AM   #81
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We bought it in sept 2002, and it has been lying outside our workshop for a few years. It’s gonna be used at work for some equipment tests. After that we will most likely just keep it.
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Old 23-11-2005, 05:46 PM   #82
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do want to sell the hull
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Old 24-01-2006, 08:43 AM   #83
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Did phantom have any dickxsleksix workin there in the late 80's
I doubt it, think thats only an american problem...
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Old 24-01-2006, 08:45 AM   #84
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It 21 ish foot long, bought ist cheap of a field in the new forest. Have been rigged the Johnson or Evenrude V8 at some point and was used for “transportation” of gods between Monaco and Gibraltar, allegedly. Would be interesting to know its age.
Morocco-Gibraltar would make more sense...or Ibiza-Gibraltar.
Oh well.
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Old 24-01-2006, 08:47 AM   #85
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If memory serves –
The Foxes would have won had they not failed post race scrutineering, something to do with gearbox ratios.
They were honest boys and were seriously P***ed with a certain supplier of Merc parts who assured them that it had been homologated. I think legal proceedings followed…
See I told you Americans have problems in reading....
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Old 13-04-2006, 03:59 PM   #86
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P18/19/20/21

What are the hull differences between a P18/19/20/21 apart from the length?
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Old 15-04-2006, 11:20 AM   #87
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Re: P18/19/20/21

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What are the hull differences between a P18/19/20/21 apart from the length?
A "not to sure" source thinks it was something to do with the chine rails.
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Old 15-04-2006, 09:37 PM   #88
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It's much much more than that
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It's much much more than that
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Old 12-06-2006, 06:44 PM   #90
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I should have bought a Phantom.

Beginning to think I've got the only Ring without serial numbers!
I've checked absolutely everywhere (under dash, under foredeck, under splashwell, inside transom and behind rear seats) and there's not one to be found!

I'm going to get onto Mike Ring again in the morning and see what he comes up with.

If I get any joy I'll post the outcome so that anyone else who has this problem can resolve it easily. I can't be the only one.
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often, in a case such as yours; the serial number has been covered-up with a transom plate or glassed over with (a small) repair somewhere in the boats history.
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Old 10-10-2006, 07:40 PM   #93
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I'm going to get onto Mike Ring again in the morning and see what he comes up with.
How'd you get on?
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Old 10-10-2006, 08:10 PM   #94
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Beginning to think I've got the only Ring without serial numbers!
You sure it's genuine?
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Monaco lol,it does look like a Gib boat by the looks of it,and it must have had an evinrude as it was the third most used outboard after the Yami and mercs down ere.i cant tell u much more about it coz they all looked the same (BLACK) in colour,has it got or had a G number on the sides some were?as example G123?
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Can anyone confirm? I was told, some time ago, that Steve Baker used to put the HIN under the deck, as well as on the transom. Anyone know if this is correct? and if so, where was in normaly put?

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Can anyone confirm? I was told, some time ago, that Steve Baker used to put the HIN under the deck, as well as on the transom. Anyone know if this is correct? and if so, where was in normaly put?

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IIRC twas on the back of the dash, can't find mine there though!
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some have it on the underside of the screen (big letters in coloured gel) within the laminate. some have it writen along the deck stiffeners, in marker pen, then over laminated (visible through laminate)
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That's the one Jon mate.
Still can't find mine "underneath" anywhere.
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Old 26-04-2007, 07:21 AM   #100
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I've managed to sieve this data from my 'incomplete data back-up'!

Gavin Brown was asking about Hull ID the other day, so here goes:


Phantom Hull identification

Info for determining the age of Phantom boats

'Boats built before October 1987 had a simple reversed date system on the transom, i.e. If your boat has the numbers '860322' your boats construction was first started on: 22nd March 1986

From October 1987, to December 1997, things were a little more complicated, the hull ID consisted of a number (in most cases 3 digits), followed by a single letter. i.e.: 021J The number represents the build number, in sequence, across the model range, for that financial year. And the letter represents the financial year in which it was built (April to March) The first 2 years though, were, just to be confusing, different!, boats built from October 1987 to December 1987, used the letter 'A' (2 month period) Boats built from January 1988 to March 1989, used the letter 'B' (15 month period) From then on, each letter represents each financial year (excluding 'I') as follows:

Oct 87---Dec 87 ='A' (2 months)

Jan 88---Mar 89 ='B' (15 months)

Apr 89---Mar 90 = 'C'

Apr 90---Mar 91 ='D'

Apr 91---Mar 92 = 'E'

Apr 92---Mar 93 = 'F'

Apr 93---Mar 94 = 'G'

Apr 94---Mar 95 = 'H'

...............(missed 'I')

Apr 95---Mar 96 = 'J'

Apr 96---Mar 97 = 'K'

Apr 97---Dec 97 = 'L' (9 months)


So, a boat with the HIN: 021J would be the 21st boat built by phantom in the financial year 1996. One would need to refer to the factory records to determine exactly what model it would have been, and in which Month it was built.

From January 1998, the standard RCD (recreational craft directive) HIN system was used. This defines the boat in more detail, i.e. the country of origin, the manufacturers code, the boat model, the boat No, the month and year of production, and the model year. For example, GB-PHA28016H303 would be a phantom 28, built in GB, by Phantom boats, it would be the 16th P28' built to date, the build began in Aug 2003, and it is a 2003 model year. It splits up like this: Great Britain-Phantom boats-28'-No16-started in Aug 2003-2003 model. Clear as mud!
Phantom 28,No 16,wash your mouth out with soap young man!!!!!!
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