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Old 05-28-2007, 09:28 PM
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Great deal on that Pantera 28' and it will run right at or close to 100 MPH. If anyone needs any more information on it call Shogren or give me a call anytime.

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750hp and an XR why not a konrad, IMCO, or teague?
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Cobra motor was purchased as a complete package with XR drive and transomplate. We delivered 2 years ago another 28' powered with the same Cobra motor package with no issues on the drive and motor so far after 2 years of hard running.

Konrad, Imco, and Teague are also great drives.

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Cobra motor was purchased as a complete package with XR drive and transomplate. We delivered 2 years ago another 28' powered with the same Cobra motor package with no issues on the drive and motor so far after 2 years of hard running.

Konrad, Imco, and Teague are also great drives.

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Oh well....some people can pull it off. Great looking boat. I cant imagine a better combo or size, motor, and performance.
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Nice boat Jo
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As I have already said the boat looks Great !!! I agree that is a great combo for that boat a single 750 HP N/A is quite sweet in that boat & will perform like a champ !
I have had a few Panteras & I have to say that they build one heck of a boat. There are Very few boat builders that put out a product with the build quality of a Pantera. In any size boat & in any price range for that matter. Anybody looking for a true hardcore offshore boat definaltly needs to take a look & a ride in one. I have owned 3 of them & I must say not 1 of them has been a new boat & if I ever need anything , or have any questions about anything , all I have to do is give Pepe or Jo either one a call or an email & they always give me their time. That is what I love about them , It is nice to be able to have access to their experiance & to be able to call them friends at the same time.

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Great deal on that Pantera 28' and it will run right at or close to 100 MPH. If anyone needs any more information on it call Shogren or give me a call anytime.

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Do you know the weight difference between that one and the one I've got? If that one it gonna be that smokin' fast with 750HP there must be some difference - right?

Altough, I have know idea what HP we had this previous summer, we'll see in a few weeks.

We will find those MPH!!!



The platinum Pantera looks soooo great!!! Congrats!
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I like the CF vinyl, used some when I tweaked the interior on my Daytona this winter. That dark floor is going to be a foot warmer on the cold days, going to need some carpet for the hot days
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Tomas,

Your 28' race is close to 800-900 pounds lighter than this full pleasure model.

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That would be a great boat with 2 300 Verados or 300 optis !

What would it take to switch it to Outboards ?
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