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rebelde

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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #25 on: January 17, 2014, 11:10:02 pm »
Any one out there. 9284865630.I own the Original 18' wicked gullwing mold. I can build a 500 pound hull total weight. 9k $$ hull ready to rigged and trailer. Fully registered. Both hull and trailer.

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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #26 on: January 17, 2014, 11:18:41 pm »
Great job.good looking boat.  But no matter How good it looks or performs. .its still was made from a knock off mold.  Real value it is held by
"unique originally. ".
Gentlemen. .I own one of the two original gullwing molds remain.
Mine is the 18'wicked gullwing. Not a 19'. and  it only weight 500 pounds.
9284865630.

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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #27 on: January 18, 2014, 08:34:34 am »
That's not cool even if you do have the original mold

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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #28 on: January 18, 2014, 09:26:14 am »
Great job.good looking boat.  But no matter How good it looks or performs. .its still was made from a knock off mold.  Real value it is held by
"unique originally. ".
Gentlemen. .I own one of the two original gullwing molds remain.
Mine is the 18'wicked gullwing. Not a 19'. and  it only weight 500 pounds.
9284865630.

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There it's something to be said about the mold this boat came from.
I think the mold ended up at CP.
If it was good enough for Bill Scotten to want it, it should be good enough to be called "Original"

Further more, the Wicked mold has bad Ju Ju all over it if you ask me.
But that's just MY opinion.
8)

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i dont but im all for stuffin shit in her ass to make her go away :-*

crewchief22

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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #29 on: January 18, 2014, 12:54:23 pm »
rebelde, it is apparent that you need to spend some more time reading many of the threads in SCJB to get a feel for the attitude in this joint.

Most of us don't appreciate newbies that start off by bashing another persons work (4 out of your first 5 posts comment on the knock off mold).  If you took the time to actually read the whole thread you would know that Jason (riverdad) never claimed to be making an original but trying to improve on an already good design.  Besides that he also noted that molds do take a beating over time.

Now, if you want to try and start over, you need to start your own thread with information on the mold you have (history, improvements, pics...), and lots of pictures of your past work.  As I'm sure you know, owning the mold and being able to craft a quality hull is two different things.

Good luck and welcome to SCJB  ;D

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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #30 on: January 18, 2014, 01:08:57 pm »
Great job.good looking boat.  But no matter How good it looks or performs. .its still was made from a knock off mold.  Real value it is held by
"unique originally. ".
Gentlemen. .I own one of the two original gullwing molds remain.
Mine is the 18'wicked gullwing. Not a 19'. and  it only weight 500 pounds.
9284865630.

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If what you say is even remotely true.... Why has this hull not set the world on fire? Having seen a Rouse in person, the workmanship was outstanding and would have been proud to own one...

I can't help but notice there are no pictures in your posts...  ???

Start a thread, show some product, let it stand for itself...

I guess in short, put up or shut up...  :sly:

You will never get ANYWHERE smearing other peoples threads.

Peace out.

GT
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If i get some free time tonight at work, ill play with it and post it for everyone to see.

Time to man up and yank it John!  :banghead:
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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #31 on: March 03, 2014, 11:30:40 am »
And I am sure after 30 some years sitting around it is very straight.
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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #32 on: March 03, 2014, 12:17:50 pm »

rebelde, it is apparent that you need to spend some more time reading many of the threads in SCJB to get a feel for the attitude in this joint.

Most of us don't appreciate newbies that start off by bashing another persons work (4 out of your first 5 posts comment on the knock off mold).  If you took the time to actually read the whole thread you would know that Jason (riverdad) never claimed to be making an original but trying to improve on an already good design.  Besides that he also noted that molds do take a beating over time.

Now, if you want to try and start over, you need to start your own thread with information on the mold you have (history, improvements, pics...), and lots of pictures of your past work.  As I'm sure you know, owning the mold and being able to craft a quality hull is two different things.

Good luck and welcome to SCJB  ;D
That couldn't of been said any better. I feel like this site is more of a brotherhood/ family type of place filled with people wanting to help and compliment each other. I think he might of thought he was on one of the other sites looking for a pissing contest!!!!!


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New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #33 on: March 03, 2014, 12:24:27 pm »
And I am sure after 30 some years sitting around it is very straight.


Like has already been stated. If you don't have anything nice to say...... Do your research and you will find that the mold this hull came out of had tremendous amounts of work done to it prior to any new hulls being laid up. The hulls are beautiful in person and they perform rather well.


EDIT: Arbuckle, just realized you weren't the one bashing. If I took your post the wrong way I apologize.

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Mine was stiff when working it back and forth on the trailer.
Once I got it on the water and under power, it was amazing!

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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #34 on: March 03, 2014, 06:38:22 pm »
Beautiful gullwing no doubt. ..but it was made from a knock off mold. ..
 I own the original mold of gullwing. ! And it is a 18' foot length not a 19' .


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Any one out there. 9284865630.I own the Original 18' wicked gullwing mold. I can build a 500 pound hull total weight. 9k $$ hull ready to rigged and trailer. Fully registered. Both hull and trailer.

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Great job.good looking boat.  But no matter How good it looks or performs. .its still was made from a knock off mold.  Real value it is held by
"unique originally. ".
Gentlemen. .I own one of the two original gullwing molds remain.
Mine is the 18'wicked gullwing. Not a 19'. and  it only weight 500 pounds.
9284865630.

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I just saw this and sad I missed it. I wish I caught this jackass back in January when he came on here and posted this crap.

This same jackass did the same shit on a thread on Facebook around the same time. He got RUINED by some highly respected people in the boating world. His business practices are poor just like the demonstrated in this thread. Personally, I would NEVER do business with a guy of this stature.....even if he had the 'original'. I'd rather do business with someone who respects the industry and clientele.
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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #35 on: March 04, 2014, 01:02:24 am »
Just read this thread, who comes on someone else's thread and tries to sell his own stuff? Wtf? Anyway that boat and trailer is awesome! Great work and fab skills guys.


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River Dad

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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #36 on: March 05, 2014, 03:29:58 pm »
hahaaaaaa....   Just saw this thread...lol    No harm no foul guys,  anybody that knows ANYTHING about the lineage of the gullwing knows very well that nothing being produced today is "The Original"......lol


And if it was,  I would be as straight as a wet noodle.....lol    I had a great time building what I did, but now the risk is no longer worth the fun.   Gonna be pretty tough to sell new "Legal" hulls with EPA approved engines and EPA approved fuel tanks with filtration canisters and plastic fuel fills......   I had my fun but this is not the business to be just starting out in....  Seems the Feds have decided that the performance boat industry is public enemy #1 and the root cause of global warming....   :screwy:

Good luck to you sir!!!!! :thumbup:
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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #37 on: March 05, 2014, 03:53:10 pm »
So no more beautiful brand spanking new gullwings.. Sad that is my dream and ending to my boating keep building n selling til i can get the hull i want... Gullwing one day... N F dude people always hate when you do what they do better..
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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #38 on: March 05, 2014, 06:35:54 pm »
Thanks Squirrel,  not to late yet,  but the loop holes are closing fast....    This fuel tank issue is going to be a major problem for small boat (hot rod type) manufactures....    Most of them no longer issue an MSO and have to be registered as a home built hull, for obvious liability reasons.. 

Eventually the reputable builders will realize that the risk and environmental fees and fines are not worth the profit of building these types of boats.  Dune buggy guys will know what I am talking about,  they all hit this wall years back as well.  Sucks, after 25 years of wanting to build killer hot rods,  I finally get the opportunity and the entire industry gets slammed with rules and regulations that make it near impossible to do legally.    There will always be somebody willing to sell a hull or two without any numbers or written proof that they built them,   just not me.....

Don't give up yet, but don't drag your feet to long!!!   By the way,  just for history sake,   the Wicked mold was originally called a Fiber Tech,  but I'm not sure where in the line it came.   It is completely different than a Youngblood  (Condor/CP/Texas Perf/Scorpion/ etc etc).     Youngblood was the original.......

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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #39 on: March 05, 2014, 06:44:35 pm »
Also what irks me about the wickeds is I heard a story that they were pats mold and he lost it in a kniving divorce. The ex wife was then having them laid up as diamond or something else. Basically didnt know what she was doing. I dont know where the guy in this thread comes from. He could just be some dope shes screwing thatweek and thinks he just scored a sugar momma deal. I even saw her post up on a dating site advertising she had a gullwing company...pic of her standing next to a yellow wickid gw.

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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #40 on: March 05, 2014, 07:02:24 pm »
This same jackass did the same shit on a thread on Facebook around the same time. He got RUINED by some highly respected people in the boating world.

I happened to be the first response on his facebook suicide... and I pretty much said the same thing I stated above.  I'd guess it took about 5-6 hours for it to reach over 500 posts and the thread got sh!t canned by the moderator. 

If the guy does ever get a hull built, he might as well use it as a planter, because I don't think anybody willing to rig it will have anything to do with it.
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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #41 on: September 22, 2020, 05:24:14 pm »
I need some help, first of all lets be brutally honest, Don't know less to nothing about Jet boats.   So I need lots of help from the professions.  My Girlfriend's ( that's how a good story always starts)  husband died 4 years ago.  Previously he has driven to California and bout a 2011 rouse Gullwing hull.  He was building the boat when he passed away.  Now she has a half finished boat and does not know what is it worth.  Does any body have an idea, what the hull is worth, It is spotless,      Any body have any ideas, suggests,
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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #42 on: September 22, 2020, 08:26:38 pm »
I need some help, first of all lets be brutally honest, Don't know less to nothing about Jet boats.   So I need lots of help from the professions.  My Girlfriend's ( that's how a good story always starts)  husband died 4 years ago.  Previously he has driven to California and bout a 2011 rouse Gullwing hull.  He was building the boat when he passed away.  Now she has a half finished boat and does not know what is it worth.  Does any body have an idea, what the hull is worth, It is spotless,      Any body have any ideas, suggests,
Go to the first post and send a private message to RiverDad. He is the guy that built them and can help you out. They are great boats and sought after. Good luck.


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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #43 on: September 22, 2020, 08:39:42 pm »
Pics


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Re: New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #44 on: September 22, 2020, 08:40:06 pm »
I need some help, first of all lets be brutally honest, Don't know less to nothing about Jet boats.   So I need lots of help from the professions.  My Girlfriend's ( that's how a good story always starts)  husband died 4 years ago.  Previously he has driven to California and bout a 2011 rouse Gullwing hull.  He was building the boat when he passed away.  Now she has a half finished boat and does not know what is it worth.  Does any body have an idea, what the hull is worth, It is spotless,      Any body have any ideas, suggests,
I just checked, he hasn’t logged on in over a year. Somebody else might see this that has his number.
Do you know how far into the build it is? Is there interior, motor jet pump? Was it stored outside? I assume it has a trailer? Depending on the condition and how complete it is, maybe 10-15K. What state are you in?


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New Rouse 19' Gullwing
« Reply #45 on: September 22, 2020, 09:04:53 pm »
Let’s see some pics. I bet someone here knows the boat.

My boat was the 11TH one out of the 19’ Rouse mold. I got mine in December 2012. Jason made 10 true Rouse boats then sold the mold to Bill Scotten, I bought the first one that Bill built (via Joel at Fiberglass Concepts) using the Rouse mold.


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