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Old 02-02-2006, 06:34 PM
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The one on the right in the picture is mine, and the other one is a good friends. The one in the previous picture is another friends. He bought it after a ride in mine! Good luck with your shopping. Dave M, did you do the run when that picture was taken?
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Old 02-02-2006, 07:01 PM
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The one on the right in the picture is mine, and the other one is a good friends. The one in the previous picture is another friends. He bought it after a ride in mine! Good luck with your shopping. Dave M, did you do the run when that picture was taken?
Nope, just remember seeing the pics on the club's site. The "other" one used to run on the Potomac. I met him one day out on the river.
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Here's two more from MD. I don't know the owners but if you go to http://www.cbpba.com/ somebody will.
I found a few pics of this boat on cbpba's website. Sweeet A$$ boat!!!
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Old 02-02-2006, 08:03 PM
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That boat is very nice. It is set up to go in big water. It is one of 3, Mine, Oz, and that one, with a 3man rear bolster. It is great for rear passengers! Not good for sun, but the hatch works for that.
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I saw the one I painted a few years ago for sale in a Florida Power Boat Club ad. It's a 38 Powerplay called "Fox-Sea Five"
Very nice boat when we had it. I've done a couple Powerplay's and the craftsmanship is incredible. I don't know if it is still for sale but check it out.
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Old 02-02-2006, 08:22 PM
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I saw the one I painted a few years ago for sale in a Florida Power Boat Club ad. It's a 38 Powerplay called "Fox-Sea Five"
Very nice boat when we had it. I've done a couple Powerplay's and the craftsmanship is incredible. I don't know if it is still for sale but check it out.
Thanks for the info, but I only want the 33. This particular boat (Foxsea5) is for sale right now in the $250K range. The 38 is nice, but too big for what I want.

I keep looking at other boats and I keep coming back to the 33 PP. It's looks and ride are awesome.
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Damn, those are great boats.

I hope someone will start building them again with the same attention to detailas they received in the past.

Good luck in the hunt Gerard.
Thanks Fred....I'm on the hunt right now. I feel like a friggin shark in bloody water
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Powerplay are crazy detailed boats. Danny would have the rigging holes and all other holes in the hull that were used to put hardware in completly sanded smooth so you don't get glass imbeded in your arm when you reach in. Other builders don't care and slash holes. They would also be cut perfectly round, not with a jig-saw or a sledge hammer like some manufacturers. These holes where being covered anyway but that didn't matter to them. They made it perfect! I will never forget the first time I stuck my hand in a rigging hole of a Powerplay.
Here is another Powerplay 33 cc we did. Very cool and diferent. It is all paint, cleared, sanded then polished. Anyone have more pics of this boat or know who the owner is, that would be great. I didn't get to meet the owner at the time of this job.
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Can't post pic. TOO BIG! Sorry.
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Can't post pic. TOO BIG! Sorry.
Thats okay, I am only interested in a sportdeck
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