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Old 09-01-2006, 05:45 PM
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Would It Be At All Conceivable For A Mid Cabin Manufacture (lets Say Sunsation) To Supply A Hard Top To Cover The Bow When Not In Use. Maybe As An Option That The Buyer Can Purchase.
Not a bad idea at all.
If done properly, it might not even look bad.
Trying to do it aftermarket would probably look like $hit.
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I'm with most on this - I hate the mid-cabin.
But, it seems like East coast and West coast boats and boating differ a lot in their tastes - and thier way of boating.
Maybe the mid-cabin open bow is a "phase" that we're going through.
Kind of like radar arches back in the day.
If people are buying them, they must like them. More power to them, let them enjoy.
The only thing that bothers me is that in a few short years, this is what is gonna be all over the used market.
Or that six-man "roller-coaster-bolster" setup.
Hate that Idea too.
Kinda like a 4-door Corvette with a hatchback...
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