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Old 06-09-2013, 12:41 PM
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Anybody know the history and speed on this boat? Thanks in advance. 2004 Cigarette 42 X - OffshoreOnly Classifieds - Boat Classifieds - Boat Parts
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The boat was bought new by a guy in myrtle beach, SC. One of a few cigs with paint from TAOD. Spent a lot of time on Lake Lanier and the rest on the intercoastals near myrtle. It sank in shallow brackish water maybe around 2010. Motors were pickled right away. Boat was then bought from the bank by a man on Lake Lanier who had the paint scheme changed slightly (added the blue) and had the interior redone by Fine Line. Turned out very nice but stressed the owner out too much and so he sold it. Thats the last I heard of it. Its a beautiful boat and was always cared for pretty well. Heres a video I took a while back. Best we ever got it was 93mph

Cigarette 42X - YouTube

and an article about it after it was updated

42 xXx Cigarette | Driven Lifestyle Magazine

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Thanks Nate for the info, I read the article and I am guessing they totally went through it after it sunk.

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Originally Posted by kcsteve124 View Post
Thanks Nate for the info, I read the article and I am guessing they totally went through it after it sunk.
No problem. Ya did not intend to mean stay away from it. I just know if I was looking at a boat I would want to know the complete history. The owner that redid it spared no expense (painted motors, driveshaft cover, redid everything in the bilge). Also sitting on a brand new manning trailer. Good luck
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Talked to Lake Cumberland Marine about it today and they tried to tell me it was all original with 430hours,somebody should do there homework or they already knew about it. I read the article on the refurb,sounds like they do great work down there. The boat is on Lake Cumberland anybody know the owner?

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