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Old 01-09-2008, 07:35 PM
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i started at 50k, i was prolly dreaming then tho, id say 37-43 is a great buy, this price now is just stupid, but ive got a new boat on the way and im trying to buy a house right now and i just cant hold it all right now
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i started at 50k, i was prolly dreaming then tho, id say 37-43 is a great buy, this price now is just stupid, but ive got a new boat on the way and im trying to buy a house right now and i just cant hold it all right now

Boomer, sounds like your settling right in down in Jax. New house, a girl friend and now a bigger boat.


Not bad...not bad at all.

Ill be down for the Miami boat show run down to Islamorada. Wanna come down and play with us ??
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Old 02-19-2008, 09:17 AM
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anyone ready for a new boat yet?
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This boat is solid. It runs through the water great. I have personally seen it run like a scalded dog, being a race boat it will out run any other 29 power for power.

If you are worried about the cabin not being there dont be. They are over rated, its gets hot and uncomfortable quick, I personally have never used mine for anything but storage.

Very clean and strong boat.
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Are the bulkheads the same under the front as a pleasure 29? Could it be converted?
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yes, fountain has given me a price to convert the cabin and cockpit with ALL new, and its fair, it coul dbe all done for less that 10k
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lowered again, new boat is here!! $33,500

http://www.boattrader.com/listing/20...er-F1-92203545

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lowered again, new boat is here!! $33,500

http://www.boattrader.com/myt/listings/


Boom ..link doesnt work .... hows the Cig going ? .....give me a call when you get a chance ....mike

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Boomer,

If I remember right if a racer purchases this boat you had a guy lined up in NC that would chip in a 10,000 sponsorship? Is this still true?

I know the market sucks right now, but heres some simple math: steal the boat from Boomer, get the sponsorship money, go run the OPA triple crown deal that the winner recieves a payout of 10,000 and minus travel expenses you are looking @ paying $13,500 for an awesome boat. It can win up there, I have mine running 80 in 5 ft seas with a top speed of 92.3 yesterday morning. all with a stock 500 EFI. Top speed in Class 5 is 75, it possibly wouldnt win but it will definitly contend.

Someone grab this, cause everytime he lowers the price, it just lowers the value of my boat.

Not that it means much, but I have been around my 29 F1 for 7 years and know how to set it up to race, I will help the new buyer with any setup questions or help testing it. Iwill also give access to any prop or whatever to give you a head start for success. To me, my time is worth money and Boomer is costing me thousands of dollars right now.

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yes, as of about a month ago the guy was still very interested to sponsor this boat.... hell if a racer wants it i know a few small guys here locally i could get to throw a couple bones towards sponsorship...... If i had the time i'd race it on my own,
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