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Old 12-14-2007, 10:16 PM
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Old 12-14-2007, 10:23 PM
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odd looking channel that it is moored in. Not much room for that big 'ol boat
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Absolutely gorgeous. 'poolsinc' here on OSO has one in Virginia w/ 4 diesels; in red/white and its AWESOME.

If one has the logistics in place and time to invest; that would be an incredible boat to own.

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What HP diesel's would it take to get it in the low 40's - assumming only 2 in lieu of 4?
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What HP diesel's would it take to get it in the low 40's - assumming only 2 in lieu of 4?
twinn 1000 hp i would guess
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Tempting. Very tempting. If it wasn't black. Top deck looks a little rough. This boats been listed before. A friend pointed it out last month. Wonder if it's the condition or the quads that's keeping people away. Price is right. Engine room looks like a dream to work in. I was gonna go look at one in KY with triples. Had a better cabin layout. Go fast style with facing couches and the kitchen in the rear starboard corner. Then I found my Excalibur.

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just put 4 Duramax conversions in it...
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Absolutely gorgeous. 'poolsinc' here on OSO has one in Virginia w/ 4 diesels; in red/white and its AWESOME.

If one has the logistics in place and time to invest; that would be an incredible boat to own.
My next boat Brian. lol When I do a step up..
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Just because it's black doesn't mean you should buy it.
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I love the Cary's. For the money, that looks like a good buy. But, as I have found before - pictures can hide a lot.

The good thing is you could drop a hundred thousand into the thing, after you buy it, and still be in it less than you could buy a typical 10 year old express cruiser. The bad thing is that hundred thousand doesn't go as far as it used to.
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