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Old 10-26-2007, 08:48 AM
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Iceman belongs 2 a buddy of mine in MI here. Has 1075's now. 1 huge MoFo boat! Just eats up the water. I think U could put 25 party folks in the pit!!!
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Old 10-26-2007, 03:52 PM
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Airborne was a big and good looking boat when I first saw it at the St. Clair River Race tied up at Peppers. I heard that they were great riding and had all the comforts your family would need in a Performance boat but not the fastest. Unfortunately Randy Linebach lost his life in a boating accident while testing in Biloxi. He had the vision and knowledge to create a big and beautiful performance cat. Who knows where he would of taken it? If you don't need to be the fastest and want the comforts of a big boat this is it. Randy Linebach, boat builder and racer. R.I.P. Your Memory Still lives on, forever.
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Is there any interest / market for these ?? I may be taking a 2004 50' w fresh Merc 900 SC's in on trade ?!?!
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Old 11-19-2016, 06:12 PM
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A 50' cat is a lot to handle logistically. Above average joes in the used market will prefer 40' and under, usually vees. Depreciation is probably steeper on the huge dream boats.
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