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Old 01-08-2008, 02:00 PM
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Originally Posted by ThoroughHustler View Post
you should take a look at Hustler's new 39 w/ 700's i hear its running really well
Sounds like he wants something a little more custom/ exotic.
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Old 01-09-2008, 02:04 PM
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I just toured theCigarette factory. Very impressive! Took us out on a 39 with 700s. Awesome boat! Ran 103. Ive owned a formula and a fountain. Nono of wich rode neer as good as a Cigarette. The cabin in the formula has alot more room though. Im lookin to buy one now!
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Old 01-09-2008, 02:08 PM
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Yeah the cabin was a big selling point on the Formula for us but we just havnt used it as much as we thought we would. We have a Regal for over nights and island hoping. The pictures of a Cig cabin are somewhat decieving. When I got in the cabin of the 39 TG I was actually pretty impressed. Im about 6'1" and there was enough head room when sitting on the seats. THe forward berth even seems a little bigger than that on the 382 Formula.
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Originally Posted by Tbonepmp View Post
Yep, If I win the lottery, that will be my next boat!
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Originally Posted by jeff32 View Post
You think there is so much of a difference between your 38 and a 39 Cig?

Anxious to read everyones thoughts on this...
Keep in mind the 39 Cig is approx 3' longer than the 38 Formula. Formula counts the swim platforms....
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Im 6' and i was able to lay across in the 39. Big bed up front. That boat rocks!
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Old 01-09-2008, 07:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Tbonepmp View Post
I don't recall saying this was the only one for-sale. Just thought it might be of some interest..??
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http://www.offshoreonlyclassifieds.c...o18329-en.html

here's another one For Sale !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Well I have 4 for sale, 1075, 850's and a 600. I also have a 700 boat not pictured. I also take trades.
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Old 01-09-2008, 07:53 PM
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We are concidering 850's or 1075's but we boat year round between summers in indianapolis (our local lake plus trips to the great lakes, LOTO, etc) and our place in Punta Gorda, FL and can easily put 100hrs per year on the boat and thats with 3 other boats so we spend a lot of time on the water. 700's seem more practical with fuel and maintenance with as much as we would be using the boat.... If we toured the Cig factory and showed we were legit and serious, would they be able to give us a ride or no?
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Old 01-09-2008, 10:32 PM
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they said no to me in their last e-mail last week...But i did not have any intention to buy... But I told them I was ready to pay for a ride
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Originally Posted by PremierPOWER View Post
We are concidering 850's or 1075's but we boat year round between summers in indianapolis (our local lake plus trips to the great lakes, LOTO, etc) and our place in Punta Gorda, FL and can easily put 100hrs per year on the boat and thats with 3 other boats so we spend a lot of time on the water. 700's seem more practical with fuel and maintenance with as much as we would be using the boat.... If we toured the Cig factory and showed we were legit and serious, would they be able to give us a ride or no?
Im guessing they would take you for a ride if you were a serious buyer.
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