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Old 09-10-2008, 08:50 PM
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i don't know alot about adrenaline boats , they look real good , does anyone have any first hand experience with a v-30 single or twin
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i really like the one in the classifieds with the single 700nxt
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they are sweet with Ilmor v10s..........
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Old 09-10-2008, 10:12 PM
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They seem like a really nice boat, but the first ones were WAY overpriced. I believe the 30' with 525's was $290K? I'm not sure where their pricing is today
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They have great roots!!
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I hear they run 90 mph in 8 footers.
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well built, excellent attention to detail and run extremely good in rough water (Chicago PR video). Price is high but a 30 Cig is even higher. Has no name recognition, but is trying very hard in these times. All this is based on the two boats I saw and were in 1 year ago.
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2 beautiful boats in the oso classifieds price seems right 140k and 160k
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I emailed the seller a few weeks ago and never heard from them...
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Beautiful looking boats and hear they run great.
Be careful, lesser known boats have a limited resale market. I know first hand trying to sell my Kryptonite. Those who were in the know, knew how great it was however most people had never heard of it and therefore were unsure of spending the money on it. Just a thought for down the road. I had it for sale for over a year with very limited buyer response and let it go very cheap.
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