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Old 09-13-2018, 03:15 PM
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Anyone know where any (Cougar 27' SportCat's) are?

This is the English built Cougar's


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Old 09-14-2018, 03:58 PM
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There was one in the NY area last year that was cheap but had been sitting outside for many many years it appeared.. I would like to find one myself!
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Default Maybe this beauty is looking for a new caretaker again?

I'd give the fellow that advertised the clean 1986 six years ago on Powerboatlistings a call. That was in really nice condition. Believe the owner was a younger surgeon and he might be glad to make an inquiry? Phone: 508-404-Four101
https://www.powerboatlistings.com/view/16225


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There was one in the NY area last year that was cheap but had been sitting outside for many many years it appeared.. I would like to find one myself!
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Originally Posted by larslindroth View Post
I'd give the fellow that advertised the clean 1986 six years ago on Powerboatlistings a call. That was in really nice condition. Believe the owner was a younger surgeon and he might be glad to make an inquiry? Phone: 508-404-Four101
https://www.powerboatlistings.com/view/16225


Long Gone... thanks though
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Too bad the last owner, (believe his name, the surgeon, was Justin), wasn't able to hook You up with the fellow he sold it to.

These gems are very difficult to find in good condition like this.
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Too bad the last owner, (believe his name, the surgeon, was Justin), wasn't able to hook You up with the fellow he sold it to.

These gems are very difficult to find in good condition like this.

This Gentleman was not a surgeon or shared the name Justin.
Must be another boat you have in mind?

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Yes, no doubt. A buddy of mine looked at one that was very similar. Was about to buy it, but found a Skater 28 that was more than twice the money. It had Merc. power and he stepped up. It's been quite a while, so I'm definitely mistaken.
Good luck with the hunt Jon. Btw, what's the main advantage of the Cougar over a Skater 28?
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Yes, no doubt. A buddy of mine looked at one that was very similar. Was about to buy it, but found a Skater 28 that was more than twice the money. It had Merc. power and he stepped up. It's been quite a while, so I'm definitely mistaken.
Good luck with the hunt Jon. Btw, what's the main advantage of the Cougar over a Skater 28?
I'm told Skater 28 is best in class.

I just happen to like Cougar PowerBoats is all.
There will always be someone faster or with more bling, no point chasing that animal. Comes back to what you like end of the day....
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Yes please...

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