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Old 07-07-2007, 09:55 PM
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Default New 26' V on the water soon

For those smaller V-hull fans I wanted to share another boat we are going to be getting set any day now to have the first one in the mold ready to go.


The 26 Stealth will come standard with the 496 Mag (375), it should run in the high 60mph range with that package. It has a full width canopy. The boat will have a nice sized mid cabin and either a bed in the closed bow or open bow seating in a crawl through version.






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Old 07-08-2007, 11:29 AM
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where is it mesured at, is it 26ft with the swim step?
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Old 07-08-2007, 11:45 AM
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where is it mesured at, is it 26ft with the swim step?


yes

the canopy on it is the same company that is making the ones for our new 32' cat.
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Sharp looking design! Can the scoop be substituted for a full sunpad?
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The first one is out of the mold and in the light it doesnt have the canopy on it yet but this way you can see the new kid on the block.





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I like the "no rubrail" look... real sleek! Good Luck!!
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Originally Posted by Jigsaw89 View Post
I like the "no rubrail" look... real sleek! Good Luck!!

That is before the rubrail has been installed or the boat can be done with a full cap

this one just got pulled 2 days ago so its off to get the canopy and the trailer made for it. Lots more to come. We are actually getting set to spray #2 tomorrow
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It kinda looks like the Adreneline to me, which is of course a compliment.

What's a ballpark on price with an HO, not blinged out too much?
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man thats slick, i love the capped look too, dont screw a rubrail on to it!
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