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Old 10-09-2007, 04:18 PM
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What did you buy?

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I just found out that the throw down Scarab I bought over the weekend will need a short block installed. Good thing I have a couple extra engines in my garage to put into it.
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Old 10-09-2007, 04:21 PM
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What did you buy?
That White 32 panther that was on Ebay last week. I bought at the price knowing at least one motor was going to be junk. Just was hoping that it wasn't.
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Old 10-09-2007, 04:25 PM
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Wow!! That thing looks sweet!! People say once you get used to a big boat it's hard to go back to something smaller. Let me know if thats true......

It really is a beautiful boat. I like the all white.
Congrats!!!!
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With the Extreme Marine swim platform the dimensions are 39' 8" X 8'.
Not to be "one of those guys", but the beam on this Scarab is actually 8' 9", but what's nine inches worth if you're not in the porn business?
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Not to be "one of those guys", but the beam on this Scarab is actually 8' 9", but what's nine inches worth if you're not in the porn business?
I try not to miss represent my girth.
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Wow!! That thing looks sweet!! People say once you get used to a big boat it's hard to go back to something smaller. Let me know if thats true......

It really is a beautiful boat. I like the all white.
Congrats!!!!
I decided to sell it as soon as I got into the cabin. I am 6'3". Little boats just aren't going to cut it for me. If you decide to renig on the one you bought. let meknow first.
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Congrats!

Love the paint on your Scarab... one of the best looking one's I've seen.
 
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well chuck congrats on your beautiful purchase....
i hope to see u around here (eden isles) alot i hope u enjoy your boat ......seems like a great buy......


where are u planning on keeping the boat if u dont mind me asking?

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Old 10-09-2007, 05:12 PM
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Thanks for the compliments bro. You will definately be seeing plenty of the Voelker brothers in the Eden Isles area!!!
Just look for the 38' Scarab with 2 guys and 10 half naked chicks on it!!!

As far as storage is concerned, my dad has a big shop/warehouse behind his house im Mccomb but I really would like to find somewhere closer. I have been looking like crazy and everything is either full or to small. I sure wish we had a marina with lifts for storage. Maybe we should get together and build one....
We could make some serious coin on a deal like that.

If you know of any decent secure places closer to us that can accommodate a 42' overall length please let me know. I still have about a month to find one but if not it will be at my dads until something comes up.

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well chuck congrats on your beautiful purchase....
i hope to see u around here (eden isles) alot i hope u enjoy your boat ......seems like a great buy......


where are u planning on keeping the boat if u dont mind me asking?
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Captchuck,, congrats on that sweet looking Scarab. I love the graphics on it. enjoy.
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