1983 Hammond Values, Specs and Prices

Select a 1983 Hammond Model

Hammond Note

No longer in production.
(Model years 1985 - 1977)

POWER BOATS

Length
Model
Type
Hull
Engine(s)
HP
Weight
(lbs)
Beam
Fuel
Type
CORDOBA V-1725 SL 17' STERN FG 1 140 2060 7' Gasoline
GRANADA V-1750 17' STERN FG 1 140 2060 7' Gasoline
GRANADA V-1750 SL 17' STERN FG 1 140 2060 7' Gasoline
CONTENDER V-1800 18' OUTBD FG 0 0 1280 7'1"
CONTENDER V-1850 18' STERN FG 1 198 2100 7'1" Gasoline
EL DORADO V-1950 SL 19' STERN FG 1 198 2750 7'6" Gasoline
ESPADA V-1925 19' STERN FG 1 198 2450 7'6" Gasoline
FAMILY SPORTSTER V-1930 19' STERN FG 1 198 2750 7'6" Gasoline
MONTE CARLO V-1930 19' STERN FG 1 198 2350 7'6" Gasoline
SEVILLE CUDDY V-1975 19' STERN FG 1 198 2750 7'6" Gasoline
ST TROPEZ V-1940 19' STERN FG 1 198 2750 7'6" Gasoline
ST TROPEZ V-1940 XL 19' STERN FG 1 198 2750 7'6" Gasoline
CHALLENGER V-2100 21' OUTBD FG 0 0 1550 7'7"
CHALLENGER V-2150 21' STERN FG 1 260 2750 7'7" Gasoline
Bob Hammond, the creator of Glastron Boats, formed a marine manufacturer wearing his name in 1974 dedicated to building high-quality, high-speed bowriders. Producing inboard motorboats with speeds capability ratings over 50 miles per hour, Hammond also produced outboard boats. Marketing vessels between 17 and 21 feet in length for 11 years, Hammond boats ceased operations in 1985. Despite a short time period in business, Hammond boats received recognition with greatness earning several annuals from magazines.