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Old 02-15-2011, 01:47 PM
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What do you think about this? I'm considering it....but I have to check the real conditions:
http://www.extremeurope.com/index.ph...roducts_id=114

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-2010 Bravo outdrive ( "re-new" or something like that, so I don't think that they're brand new)
-2008 2 x Magnum 383 MPI 350 hp (300hrs)
-Bam Marine valve exhaust (open/close)
-2008 full Graffrig gauges and controls
-2008 new elettric wiring
-2010 new batteries
-2008 new upholstery
-2010 Pitcher 31 propellers + other two (they don't specify the type)
-bimini top, stereo, tv
-they claim 60mph (clear water), 55mph on rough

The price is 72000 euro (97000 $), negotiable.
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Old 02-15-2011, 04:58 PM
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350 horses spins 31 pitchers ??
price is to high. and don´t forget the transfer-cost from italy to usa.
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Old 02-15-2011, 05:09 PM
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How much in American money? Not spinning 31P props with small blocks, and the boat should be faster in rough water.....
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My '88 runs 62mph in chop with 454 mags. I would think with small blocks that it would run much slower. And it would definitely not be spinning 31's.
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Old 02-15-2011, 07:56 PM
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There are a couple in the classifieds now that look good. For almost 100K you could have a nice Gun???

http://www.offshoreonly.com/classifi...o36038-en.html

http://www.offshoreonly.com/classifi...o37688-en.html


The speed is very questionable with 350hp per side, also to spin 31's on a Bullet you would almost have to double that HP...
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Old 02-15-2011, 08:29 PM
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You could buy 2 bullets for that price.
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I'de sell mine for a lot less than that.
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Old 02-16-2011, 12:47 AM
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For 72000 EU I'll deliver my Cafe, Trailer, And Truck anywhere in the US by March 1......
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I would underline the fact that I'm italian, so the boat it's just around the corner ; ))
So, that propellers are too big for 2 x 350hp? they give another two propeller ( maybe smaller) so I can change it.....but, what would be the problem having too big propellers?
I would also say that here in europe prices of american boat are higher than in US.....just to give you an idea look at this: a '97 38 top gun for 130 000 euro (176 000 dollars). http://www.yachtbrokers.it/barca18339.htm
This boat is on sale since ages, because it's a little bit overpriced , but a top gun from middle 90's in europe usually costs around 135 000 dollars, more or less.
I want a boat UNDER 10mt (32,8ft), because here the boat longer than 10mt have to be registred, but sometimes some models can be registred "as" under 10mt, even if they are a little bit more.
Talking about price, this 35 cafè racer from '91, refitted in 2007, costs 108 000 dollars : http://www.mondialbroker.it/detail.taf?B=48638
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I would seriously look into shipping costs from the US, add a few thousand for airfare and come over here, check out several and send it back home. You would probably save alot of money.
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