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Old 08-04-2005, 05:15 PM
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What are our collective thoughts on this boat?

Good shape..dry..no trailer..twin 454's.I believs she is a 90-91.Not positive as it is green and white and me thinks those are 88-89.Good cabin and cockpit.NO real big stuff to be done..Give me a ballpark...I have a number in mind but wanna hit it right.
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Old 08-04-2005, 05:35 PM
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I worked at a Sea Ray dealership for 10 years and always liked the P32. Nice boat.
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If it's a salt water Florida boat, I'd say 18-22k ???
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I would say 25 or so. They are heavy and need all the power they can get but are solid and have nice lines. Check the wood on the seat backs. This is a sore spot for SR from 86 to 90, if it was not covered this will be rotted. If the price is right it will be worth it. 25 would be for a very clean unit.
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Honestly, I was thinkin 20k....needs a trailer...maybe he doesn't need this much boat.Ya never know.I'd like to be in the teens.Guy also has a houseboat right next to it on blocks.I'm tryin to size him up so I lay out my cards correctly.

Apparently they go between 20-40k for the varying conditions.I've seen them twin SB and BB.They have what I want>good cabin and sleek.Not to worried about speed.It would be a play boat anyways.AC-genset- big stereo-comfy and quick.I'm not to concerned with replacing a few peices of wood...pretty simple stuff.
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Old 08-04-2005, 07:51 PM
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Go for it Shore! Where's it located?
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Some of them had big blocks and Alphas, becareful with that combo.

I have always loved those Pachangas!
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Some of them had big blocks and Alphas, becareful with that combo.

I have always loved those Pachangas!
Beat me to it - BBC+Alpha=$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ on a regular basis.... wonder what genius came up with that idea?
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Yup, Some do......But once again.This is for fun not speed.There in lies my other question.How well would a pair of 5.7's push that thing..For a 32 it is rather large is stature.

Cuda, it is about 1/4 mile down the road from my house.Nova rd and US1 right by Rose Bay.I drive by it everyday...Kinda wondering what's his position on it.I see nothing in his driveway that will even pull it.The guy had in the past a few larger items for sale in the yard...this looks to be the next.
I need to go pick his brain..
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Some of them had big blocks and Alphas, becareful with that combo.

I have always loved those Pachangas!
That combo was only offered for one year, 1987 only. Your right, they were horrible.

The Bravo was introduced in 1988 and was mated to the lower hp big blocks (330/365)
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