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Old 01-13-2002, 11:44 PM
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Old 01-13-2002, 11:47 PM
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Thanks Nick, How is the weather out there?
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Old 01-14-2002, 12:10 AM
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Troutly, Have you ever needed A/C and a Generator? Thanks for the feedback.
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We had a discussion about the carry on model with a few of the HRPA members the other day. Donzi offers the A/C and Genset on there 33 models. I was on a 38ZX with there A/C at the Annapolis boat show. We had 8 people in the cuddy and the damn thing nearly froze us out. I think the Genset if you have all the options would be handy as well. Thanks.
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Bob, you aske me the other day what options I had, but wanted to look to confirm everything. Here goes:
Stainless Foot rest (pass)
Full Hydraulic Steering (Std w/ 496HO's)
Tilt helm
Sea Strainers
Gaffrig Clock
Upgraded audio system
Pull up cleats
Transom shower
Macerator
Vacuflush
A/c & Heat
Hour Meters
Presure water & sink
Hot / cold shower
Weekend Pack (microwave, shore power, batt charger, refridge)
Competition Pak (Gaffrig red line gauges, quick & quiet, leather momo wheel, bezels, cockpit carpet, stainless rubrail, colored shifter)
level 2 graphics
extra color in graphics
bidet . . . . not!
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Not much in the way of extra creature comforts (most of this is standard, I think) -
cockpit carpet
fresh water sink
porta-potti
el-cheapo stereo
electric bolsters
cup holders in cockpit and cabin

Other stuff -
Latham steering
trim-in-the-wheel
Gaffrig gauges w/purple bezels
drive shower
drive nose cone
K-planes
docking lights
Silent Choice
matching Myco trailer
Custom Sunbrella hull cover
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I would not order the stereo from the Factory, if you want a great stereo do it yourself or a custom shop.
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I usually keep three to four double breasted seat covers.......
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Clothing is an option I my boat!
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Thanks for the info folks. Looks like the most of you have some options on your boat. The other half just goes for the performance only aspect. Tuff decisions. Out of the options you have which ones do you feel is most critical? Thanks,
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