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Old 02-06-2017, 11:12 AM
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Default North Rip Boats at 2017 Atlantic City Boat Show

The 2017 Atlantic City Boat Show is coming up in just a few weeks March 1-5. We'll be there displaying North Rip for the first time and will have both the 21 and 30 on display! North Rip will be in booth A56, located on the far right wall of the convention center. I hope to see you guys there, drop by to say hi and check out these awesome fishing machines!!
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Just 2 days away! Stop by to see us at Booth A56 starting Wednesday in Atlantic City. Both the 21 and 30 will be on display!
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Pretty boats for sure, I thought the 30 was the best looking at the show and many of the well known CC were there.

Too bad you guys were buried in the back corner.
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Thanks for stopping by Logman, we've been getting that feedback a lot! Hopefully we can get a better spot next year.

If you're coming by this weekend, we're in the back right corner in Booth A56 just past "Fred's Shed" and right before the bar!
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We'd like to thank everyone that came out to the Atlantic City show to catch a first glimpse of the North Rip 21 and 30. We had an overwhelming response with many people coming back 2 and 3 times bringing friends and even a number of industry people giving very high praise for these boats. The North Rip line truly represents best in class construction, best in class fishability, best in class fish storage, best in class fit & finish, all in a package that's specifically designed for a serious fisherman.

The boats are now back at our location in Brielle, NJ and able to be shown anytime. Please give us a call and we'll be happy to get you on board!
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Truly beautiful looking boats, congrats to the design team, to whom I would like to make a question: the tumble home sides, it seems to me that they do not serve a specific pupose apart from aesthetics, but those aesthetics would have a large price to pay for the manufacturer in the form of two piece hull moulds, I wonder how come designers thought it was a reasonable way to take to get into a two part mould for the hull for this apparently subtle design feature .......
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no one readin´.............. ???
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Nice looking rig.
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The company doesn't exist anymore. I didn't hear of any buyers at a bankruptcy auction last weekend for the molds.

Someone bought the NR 21 for $200.
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The company doesn't exist anymore. I didn't hear of any buyers at a bankruptcy auction last weekend for the molds.

Someone bought the NR 21 for $200.
The molds were not in the auction, the bank is selling them that was what the auction folks told me yesterday when I was picking up what I had won over the weekend

the NR21 for 200 was a prototype I think? looked beat to hell but worth much more than 200

they had a J35 that sold for $500, some stuff went for pennies
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I wonder what the 4×8ft cnc router went for? Auction was near me but I was out of town.
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I literally work in the same building. Not much left. The 21' hull is still outside this morning. Not sure what the deal is. It has reg numbers and a plate on it. It looks like it could be salvaged, but clearly the hull/liner has some separation which (supposedly) was typical for these boats...
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You know when their demo boats weren't selling that this company was going down.

Too bad, the 21 is good looking just not very affordable or practical
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This is not their first rodeo. The owner has re-invented himself several times before and no doubt will be back again.
They are beautiful hulls.
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Originally Posted by BillTex View Post
I literally work in the same building. Not much left. The 21' hull is still outside this morning. Not sure what the deal is. It has reg numbers and a plate on it. It looks like it could be salvaged, but clearly the hull/liner has some separation which (supposedly) was typical for these boats...
FYI... it's my understanding that 20 pictured is actually one of the original 20's build during the Pearson era that was sent back to the factory this year to be rebuilt like the new 21. Completed out with a full/finished transom and bracket. That's why the boat is stripped the way you see it.
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I wonder what the 4×8ft cnc router went for? Auction was near me but I was out of town.
you don't want to know
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Originally Posted by RyanG1 View Post
FYI... it's my understanding that 20 pictured is actually one of the original 20's build during the Pearson era that was sent back to the factory this year to be rebuilt like the new 21. Completed out with a full/finished transom and bracket. That's why the boat is stripped the way you see it.
HIN=2011...not sure what Vinatge Owner that was...lost track...

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