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Old 12-09-2008, 07:50 AM
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nice find, i wonder if they want to sell???
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Old 12-09-2008, 10:14 AM
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Cool find, I wonder how they ride. BTW I am looking for a picklefork abount 19-20' looking to build another jetboat.
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Switzer Craft made a hull that looked like those.
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Old 12-09-2008, 11:28 AM
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Not exactly a great comparison "boatwise", but this reminds me of the old warehouse oversea's that houses the Sultan of Brunei's old Cigarettes.

Bud and I talked about those boats at the Lauderdale Show and he said they're still over there locked in a warehouse. Stumbling on that place with the possiblitly of coming home with one, or all of them would be a dream!
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Old 12-09-2008, 11:32 AM
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The lady at the storage place said they were made in Fl and he use to race them,one hull has never had a motor on it,now there tied up in a estate .She said there still paying the rent,

1986 hulls.
I think you should by them Rob. Great winter project!
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Post those on Scream and Fly, someone there should know what they are.
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Old 12-09-2008, 08:29 PM
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You must have a lot of time on your hands to be snooping at this time!!

Nice Find!!
I wish I had the time now,there in a storage place were my dad keeps his motor home,Ive been keeping a eye on them,The lady at the storage place said if she hears from them she would ask if they want to sell.Thats been 2 years. The Dr. that owned them died and there in a estate,She said they pay every month on time.Hopefully I get first dibs on them,but they may think there worth a bunch,the boats would have to gutted and start from scratch.

You wouldn't believe the security system in this place,cameras and Mic's . Her office must have 6 monitors with multiple cameras on each monitor.Its next to a real bad neighborhood.


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Now that is a cool find!

I've seen a lot of boats, but not these. Anyone wanna venture a guess on how they would ride, handle and how fast they would go?

I wonder when and if they would pack air and lift. With that much area under it once it lifted whoa baby!
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Strip,before you do anything,please post on scream and fly,not general discussion,go to outboards and racing history.The knowledge there is unbelievable.
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