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Old 05-18-2005, 02:35 PM
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There was a 38 at Lawrence Yacht Club back in the late 80s. Definitely cool and hard core.
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Cougarman, your's looks pretty cool , I am assuming it was a race boat. This is probably a dumb question but how do you get in the front seats?
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I forgot about the English Cougar the B.C Cougar was fresh in my mind because of that article in Powerboat .I remember a Cougar V hull at a brokerage joint on Lk. St. Clair a few years back I think it was a 46 it had 4 V-8 Johnsons on it.It was a little beat.
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Old 05-18-2005, 03:06 PM
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Cougarman, your's looks pretty cool , I am assuming it was a race boat. This is probably a dumb question but how do you get in the front seats?

Thanks............Nope it has always been a pleasure boat.

Seat's well what ever works climb over or under.
Or run and jump in hope your aim is good.

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I forgot about the English Cougar the B.C Cougar was fresh in my mind because of that article in Powerboat .I remember a Cougar V hull at a brokerage joint on Lk. St. Clair a few years back I think it was a 46 it had 4 V-8 Johnsons on it.It was a little beat.
Was it solid grey? one showed last year at our marina on a trailer. no motors but rigged for 4 egg beaters. was a bit ruff. Was there for a few months and then gone.
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Yep That's an English Cougar.

Older Gentleman in Ohio right, last I new he had some
health issue's and was looking to get into a cabin Cruiser.


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The older gentleman is Ray Hannah. Ray does have the boat for sale. Because of his health it has been used very little.

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Was it solid grey? one showed last year at our marina on a trailer. no motors but rigged for 4 egg beaters. was a bit ruff. Was there for a few months and then gone.
whoops, i meant white. I found the thread where i posted pics of the boat when it came in.

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Old 05-18-2005, 05:05 PM
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Sure looks like a raceboat cockpit to me!! I love the look of those old Cougars. When I get rich I'm gonna buy one and fix it up like that!

Hmmmmm, Well here's the cabin with plastic still on the upolstery. Cabin was never used either.

Still look like a race boat?

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What happen to the one T Drake had 4-sale in Sandusky 46 with trip blower mtrs looked at it last fall.
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Plastic still on the cabin seats. Bed not used. Tsk tsk you have disrespected the reputations of boaters with cabins. Maybe the Black Thunder guys could show you the "finer points" of breaking your cabin in.

Plastic's to keep the upolstery clean !

Notice it said (was) never used, past tense !


In all reality, it hasn't been all put back together yet
since I have purchased it. So there is so christening
to be done after the trailer Queen stages.

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