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Old 08-05-2006, 10:47 AM
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I would go with the SCARAB 7.4 Mint condition
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Old 08-05-2006, 12:22 PM
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There are a few of the 24 Python's, 25 Islanders/outlaw's and similar boats our there that are very clean and in the low to mid 20's. I have seen post on the Python's but until we recieved a Python on trade - I had not had an opportunity to see one first hand - it's impressive. It looks very similar to the Pantera in hull design and reminds me alot of Dave's Extreme. There should be similar boats in your part of the country. Bottom line - there are some real treasures in your price range.
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Old 08-05-2006, 06:37 PM
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What do you see similar in a 24 Python and a 29 extreme? I guess that's what your refering to when you say Dave's extreme.As far as the 24 Python and 24 Pantera they are identical hulls.
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Old 08-05-2006, 07:58 PM
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I went for a ride in a Hammer once. It was worse then a waverunner out on the river, way too small.

I would just save $$ for 1 more season and buy used next year
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Old 08-05-2006, 08:44 PM
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Brandon,

Try searching for an older 24 or 25 Outlaw there should be plenty of those for sale in your price range. Just an idea
A) don't let people tell you Baja isn't built well. They build a great boat. Ask 99.9% of the people that have owned one and they'd agree.
B) you can never have too big of a boat and I agree with MM. You can get a 24 Outlaw mid 90's for mid-upper 20's. GREAT running rough water boat. I had one and boated the crap out of it in the pacific ocean for 7 years with out a hull issue ever! 24 degree hull loves to cut through the swell/chop.

I would also agree with Cap071. But not just in the case of the Baja. I've been in a few smaller "offshore" style boats (Baja, Scarab, Ultra, etc.) and it just comes down to size when in bigger water. Most of those boats have a 21 degree bottom too. Slap a bit more.

Good luck on whatever you decide.
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