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Old 10-31-2008, 03:14 PM
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The ultimate harem transporter.

https://www.virtuallythere.com/new/r...uage=0&email=7

But if it just has to be a V.

http://www.magicpowerboats.com/magic...ard/index.html

Also if your a Don Aronow fan:

http://www.magicpowerboats.com/sleek...age/index.html

Also if your looking for a fixer upper I know where there are a few in the Bay Area.

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Old 10-31-2008, 05:15 PM
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I'll throw my 2 cents in:
Advantage makes a very nice 30' that will run upper 70s, low 80s with twin 496s. It is by far the roomiest 30' boat you can buy. My 27 has a lot more cockpit/cabin room than a lot of 29s and 30s that I've been in. Other good possibilities are Lavey as mentioned and Shockwave also builds a very big 29.
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I second the Advantage...great boats and great people.
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And try to find out why it needs an impeller ,did it get hot are the headers discoloured ??.

But agree it is the goods !!!
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Old 11-01-2008, 12:35 AM
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here are a couple pics of the Lavey 28' EVO



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Old 11-01-2008, 01:39 AM
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Laveys are very nice. Hallet is also suppose to be real good.
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Old 11-01-2008, 01:45 PM
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And try to find out why it needs an impeller ,did it get hot are the headers discoloured ??.

But agree it is the goods !!!


See discussion around impellers in the ilmor 710 forum.

You wouldn't want to get a Ilmor with a blown head gasket or heaven forbid a warped head. Then again could cut the price of this particular boat in half.

Yeah that boats just awesome, a little impractical- but epic.

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Old 11-01-2008, 02:11 PM
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I'll throw my 2 cents in:
Advantage makes a very nice 30' that will run upper 70s, low 80s with twin 496s. It is by far the roomiest 30' boat you can buy. My 27 has a lot more cockpit/cabin room than a lot of 29s and 30s that I've been in. Other good possibilities are Lavey as mentioned and Shockwave also builds a very big 29.

I like Advantage boats.

I had an Advantage 21Ft jet boat before I bought my Sebring back when Harry Christensen(I think that was his name) was around and I liked it. Back then they were down in Orange County Ca. They are worth checking out for sure. I only had a few issues in 5 years and they stood behind their product really well

Hallett makes a REAL nice rig as well. Another company thats been around for 50 or so years.

Its worth mentioning that the Laveycraft 2750 is 2 inches longer than the Hallet "290" <28.8 vs 28.6>

Dont know Shockwave that well.

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We have a 2007 28 heat for 69,000 ,and this boat is like new inside and out. With tons of upgrades!
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Wow, just a few days too late, you just missed the Hallett of all time. A contractor just gave one back and it sold in one day for an unbelievable price. But there are a couple of 29/33's over there with twins, give them a call; 626 969 8844 and ask for Nick or Jerry. Also try GT Performance in Upland, 909 982 8391 ask for Gary, I was there today and he had a few newer, clean west coast boats for sale. I'll work out a deal on delivery if you do it before it snows up there...
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