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    Registered HiPerf2000's Avatar
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    Wow...beautiful boat !! Did that come factory staggered?

    I Like how the key switches are also staggered

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    Those are some tabs on that thing Check very close around the hatches. I had a Donzi with the same hatch design and it cracked all the way across the deck and down the sides. Look close especially if it was repainted. This can be a sure sign.

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    Goiod looking..........but the yellow in the photos looks too pale. Maybe it isn't in person.

    Why is one blower belt loose, and the other one not on there?

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    Forum Regulator VIP Member Sydwayz's Avatar
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    Good catch hi-perf-2000 on the keys. I like that too. Lets stagger everything, guages, gear shifts, throttles... OK, maybe a bad idea, but the keys are trick.

    Those aren't K-planes, those are surfboards.

    The yellow and the white of the hull look pale and dingy to me too. It could be the lighting. I would like to see it with a full and very expertly done detail and buffing.

    I noticed the blowers lacking too PC... leading to more info undisclosed?

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    You'll get plenty of opinions on this board, but what matters most is how you feel about the boat and what it's worth to you...

    Check out to gauge'll find this boat in the 130 range(USD)...

    Personally, I'd stick with the Top Gun you currently's worth more and is more desirable(given equal powertrains)...

    Good luck and keep those great pics coming!

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member buckknekkid's Avatar
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    check out the flag

    there are lots of these floating around in Europe with huge fuel loads

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    I agree with Sean, stick with the Gun unless its a steal.

    my 0.2


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    Isn't that a 42' Revolution?

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    speel chekk this fokker! Charter Member puder's Avatar
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    my ex girlfriend's fathe rused to have a 42' rev like that. I know he used to pop drives all the time. I've heard they run best with bravos BUT with big or average (500hp) power you pop the bravos. Search eth archieves i know there was thread about SSM an 42' revs and wierd handling with SSM.

    With a little updating on the dash it could be pretty trick.
    Pardon me, while I whip this out!

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    Thumbs up

    That is an Evo, and I have always loved the look. No cockpit though. With the big power and a sound hull a hot boat in any sea. Value is another issue, were talking about a teenager here. The important thing is how well has she been maintained. All to often Hi-performance boats are run hard and put away wet.
    Could be some seriouse mechanical issues to deal with, and they would add to the - side of this equation.

    The plus is name brand recognition, good engine builder and the proper equipment for the use. I'll say $70,000.00 if everything is present and in working order. Check comparables and and good luck with it.

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