Yea I know there are other hard top models but I’m only concerned with the “hard top” model. I believe it was only made 86-89. Where can I find that info here? I’ve read the down and dirty and didn’t find much to answer my question.As you can see, there are a bunch of what can be called "Hard Topped" but only 3 years of the model "Hard Top" were named hard top. I will look to see where the brousure for the HARD TOP is here or on the other site and post back. It will be a while though.
Down & Dirty: All Shamrock Models on One Post - ForumsHi, Seeing that this site is growing in popularity, I decided to continue the tradition of having a running list of all Shamrocks ever produced. On the other site,forum.classicshamrock.net
Cummins diesel, fresh water tank, live well, gunnel rails, swim platform with ladder, and I've seen three different versions of the engine cover. One that is just a plain cover, one with seats, and one with a sink and tackle storage. I want the one with the sink and tackle storage. Other than that I have no idea what other options where available. I'd like to know so I can decide what to search for and what to pass on.What "options" are you interested in? Lotta bolt-ons are installed by dealers. Usually a couple different engines. Shamrock seemed to switch out their floorplans fairly regularly. One might have tackle drawers and another a bait station. Some had built-in livewells, other not.
After some extensive research, I agree about the headroom and believe I will go with a shamrock 260 express instead. I think that will me my needs better. But I do love the look of the 26 HT.Well it's not like there's a huge amount on the market. So you keep your eye out for HT's and pass on the one that don't meet your wishes.don't think I've seen the tackle station on the hard top, mostly Mackinaws without the Alaskan bulkhead.
Why not a Mack? You'll find more with those features. Personally, I'd have a hard time with the headroom of an HT. Easy enough to add a livewell that's better than anything Shamrock produced.