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Old 05-04-2005, 10:42 PM
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MM, yes we had a great time, lot's of air time that day.

The boats are very well built. With all offshore motor mounts and brackets, staggered engines and all stainless high pressure oil lines going to the transome, they are built to take some abuse. The 25 degree hull really eats up the waves.

I would love to drive that one with the blown 454s.
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Old 05-05-2005, 03:48 AM
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Any idea what happened to the 34 that had diesels in it at one time? I believe a couple of women raced it back in the late 80's or early 90's.

Just curious.
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I know there were a few 40s that raced. When I first started looking at Super Hawaiis there was a 40 at LOTO with diesels and Arnesons.
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A friend of mine bought the LOTO 40' w. arnesons. Great boat. He has gone thru the motor over the winter can't wait to go for a ride.

I'm looking for a 34' if anyone knows of one available.
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A friend of mine bought the LOTO 40' w. arnesons. Great boat. He has gone thru the motor over the winter can't wait to go for a ride.

I'm looking for a 34' if anyone knows of one available.
wilbus marine has one on their lot.
probably been there at least a year.
dont know anything about it.

http://www.wilbusmarine.com/
 
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Here is the information:

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Old 06-24-2005, 03:39 PM
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From the limited info I have,someone can absolutely steal the boat I mentioned in the original post. He has a new Formula and no place to put the Hawaii. Serious buyers PM me and I'll give contact info. I'm not making anything on the deal,just trying to help a customer. Boat is in Orange Beach,AL
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Old 06-24-2005, 05:09 PM
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My friend has the 40' Super hawaii with stock 502's it's right around 67 tops. Crushes the big water and has tons of room. Suede leather cuddy and he and his wife spend every weekend overnighting on it. It would be a monster with big power. With full bag of gas it weighs around 12k lbs so it's a little bit of a fuel burner if he runs it too hard which he doesn't. Just cruises along. I think it's a great boat and we run mostly on the big stuff versus the lake/rivers....Definitely a big water boat and a classic.

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Old 06-24-2005, 11:40 PM
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59,900!!? Wow, mine keeps going up in value.

Sounds like Magicflaot may have THE deal.
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The diesel 40' my friend bought in LOTO ran 50MPH all day long with tired motors. I bet he will see 55MPH with everything freshened. By the way it only burns about 30 gallons an hour wide open.
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