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Old 11-22-2008, 10:23 AM
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By way of price comparison my wife wants a 20' Chaperral, if I remembe correctly with a 4.3 it was $37K plus trailer for MSRP.
Sutphen pricing doesn't sound out of line with the rest of the market to me.
But $72K for a 21' boat with a black motor, I can't believe prices today. 10 years ago $50K bought a 26 Sonic with a 502 and a trailer.
Guess I'm getting old.
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Old 11-22-2008, 02:11 PM
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GO4BROKE:

Those speeds are GPS. Our pricing on the SSX is very affordable, considering the new Donzi 009 is over $85k.

You really get more for your money with our SSX. As a custom boat builder, without the overhead of large manufacturers, we can give to the buyer a substantial savings on a remarkable product.

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I like the stripes on the ssx, good loking boat.
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speedo or gps? My Baja 208 islander with a 280hp 350mag only ran 60 on the speedo.
69.4 Gps......very fast hull.....used to have fun toying with the 21' Scarabs and even some 24-25' boats with 502's......very slim fast hull.......liked it till I started boating at LOTO
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Actually, there is something to be said for smaller fast Hot boats, especially around times like now.

I have a 28 Pantera single with a 525 EFI which is for sale and is now in Cape Coral, Florida. Having a choice between the Pantera that runs 69, takes much longer to hook up, trailer to the ramp, and is somewhat difficult to put on the trailer by myself and together with the fact that I need my F250 to tow it around or a 21SS that runs 73, easy to trailer with my Aviator, reliable power and can put on and off the trailer with ease, my decision becomes difficult. But the 21SS is my boat of choice for now. The ideal situation is to own both if you can. But on the west coast of Florida I can have loads of fun with the 21SS. Although, the Pantera is a bigger water boat than a 21SS, my boating style has changed and I really enjoy getting in the 21SS and going for a Rip.

As they say, there is a butt for every seat.

You could say I'm biased, but I now have something to compare my boating style to and I enjoy my decision.

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Old 11-24-2008, 03:48 PM
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We still build our 21 footer, Its an awesome boat and runs great.



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I thionk we have a good market for those things down here.

What kind of a dealer deal do you guys have? Piggy back off an existing ski boat ponton dealership.
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Looks very nice, we'll have to get the two boats together sometime and have some fun.

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Jeff1000man: Give Morgan or myself a call and we'd be happy to discuss it with you.

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I had a 20 ft sutphen and that boat was as fun as you will ever find in that small a package.

Absolutely launch boat wakes but still feel completely safe at all times.

The looks and the thumbs up I got with that boat was incredible.

I could swing it in anywhere on the river, and It was a dream to tow around like it wasn't even back there when on the hook.

It was such a cool boat especially on the smaller lakes people just arent used to seeing a boat like that in that sized package.

It was like driving a lambo through the HOOD.LOL
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