1979 Fiberform 24 - Stock #71032 -

According to the 1969 trademark registration, the first use of the "Fiberform" name for boats was June 21, 1957. It was used first in commerce about August 1, 1957. Donald K. Barnes was head of the company.

They were built in Spokane, Wa. They also had plants in Edenton, N.C. and Kelona, B.C. Canada. They built boats from 14' to 33'. The Spokane plant was located in Spokane Industrial Park Building 21 before they built a brand new plant a couple of miles away in Spokane Valley.

Fiberform has been owned by a few different companies. Don Barnes sold out to US Industries in the early 70's and later started Sunrunner Boats. Later it was bought by AMF who also owned Harley Davidson at the time. It ended up being bought again by US Industries who also owned Bayliner. US Industries kept it going under the Fiberform name for a year or so and then phased it out and started building Bayliners in the Spokane plant.Pretty hard to spot differences of the early Bayliners V Fibreform boats out of the factory.

This Boat comes with a CA Salmon permit for a 25' er.

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