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Old 04-11-2012, 03:06 PM
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does this mean this 1075 39' is back together and now overseas? If i recall correctly it rolled and sank here in the states a while back

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Old 04-11-2012, 03:14 PM
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The boat is back together. It's here in Stockholm. I know the owner. He use his boat alot

All the glass job/rebuild done here as well.



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thanks for the info, real glad to hear its back together. Its definitely one of the nicest 39's in existance. You have any pictures of the repairs or of the boat now by any chance?
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wasnt their a silver and red/black one w 1075's as well?

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Man its good to see it back together. I was right behind it here in Texas when the old owner spun it out and watched it sink.
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Originally Posted by offshoredrillin View Post
wasnt their a silver and red/black one w 1075's as well?
ya i think CMS had it listed for a while
http://www.custommarinesales.com/cla...page=out&id=75

i know there was a few 850 boats but any other 1075 powered 39's other than the two we have here?
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wonder what kind of deal he got
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wonder what kind of deal he got
holy chit! I would cry....
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Strong layup. Looks like it never came apart at the rubrail.......not many builders that can do that.

Mange, what top speed did your friend see with the 1075's?
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Originally Posted by offshoredrillin View Post
wasnt their a silver and red/black one w 1075's as well?
Yes, and that boat is VERY nice!
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