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Old 11-01-2007, 10:37 AM
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Billy also had a 35` cig. Greyish blue color. Bud Larrow rigged it for him when they were together. They had a shop over of NE 17th ave. in N. Miami, have no idea where that boat ended up. Bud would probably know. 7XCHAMP
Many Thanks Richie! You and BROWNIE confirm a my suspect that there was a 35' Impossible Dream but I had haven't confirm before you.
Another hunt to an image of a unknown race boat start....
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Old 11-04-2007, 09:17 PM
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Estarmer, I'd be interested if the price were right. I always like the boat . . . if you could get some detailed pics of it that show present condition and email them to me, I'd appreciate it.

Damdonzi, I'm sorry I didn't buy the boat then . . . I remember that pic from the inside of American - it was splashed in the boat trader for months. The boat was also on Yacht World for ages, listed with a broker in 1000 Islands, NY. I remember the cabin was filty, and had been wallpapered at one point. I remember it peeling off and mold behind it

At any rate, someone should save her . . . and buy my 35' Mistress so I can play with something else!

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We had a 32 Cigarette race boat (Red Baron) in the shop way back then, was undergoing a race to pleasure conversion. BTW You can always tell a true Cigarette 36 looking at the chine @ the stem knee it is sucked in on the port side.
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We had a 32 Cigarette race boat (Red Baron) in the shop way back then, was undergoing a race to pleasure conversion. BTW You can always tell a true Cigarette 36 looking at the chine @ the stem knee it is sucked in on the port side.
Any pics of Red Baron?
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We had a 32 Cigarette race boat (Red Baron) in the shop way back then, was undergoing a race to pleasure conversion. BTW You can always tell a true Cigarette 36 looking at the chine @ the stem knee it is sucked in on the port side.
Red Baron,former Wild Willie-Boss O'Nova,former Boss O'Nova II was the World Champion in 1971 with B.Wishnick.
That was a prototype,as only sample of 32'built from the Cigarette for the competitions.
Any pictures like Red Baron or converted?
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Cig35Mistress, I'll swing by there this weekend and get some pics for your and I'll ask what they want for it. I should be able to send you something Saturday. Darn Daylight savings time, its dark now by the time I head home.
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Marco, do you know where this picture is taken?
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Marco, do you know where this picture is taken?
England 1970. Day before the Cowes-Torquay-Cowes.
Vincenzo Balestrieri,Jack Stuteville and Tim Brand Crombie as navigator. Cary 32',Black Tornado (I).
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Red Baron,former Wild Willie-Boss O'Nova,former Boss O'Nova II was the World Champion in 1971 with B.Wishnick.
That was a prototype,as only sample of 32'built from the Cigarette for the competitions.
Any pictures like Red Baron or converted?
I just may know someone who has some come to think of it.

In those days who knew?
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I will be on it this week.
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