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Old 11-20-2008, 10:16 PM
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Web-site !!!!!!!
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Old 11-20-2008, 10:36 PM
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Is that the old Powerboat Magazine 39 Cig ?
Yes, it definately looks like it....Funky deck that isn't shown in the pics.
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I can give you the information. It was the Powerboat "CAM" (Canada-America-Mexico) race boat. Was purchased from Nordskog by a freind of mine in Oklahoma who owned it for several years and updated the boat changing the paint to white from yellow and orange. We had the boat in Miami for a while at TNT when my sales office was located there. The boat was sold a few years back. I don't know what happened to the boat since, but I can tell you it was a good boat and the Gentry turbo motors ran very well in the boat. If someone is serious about buying it I can get them additional information.
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Old 11-20-2008, 10:53 PM
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Why does it seam that way. I am stuck now, working on getting my boat ready but now no one is buying boats. I would have to lose my ass on mine to be able to move up.

I just want to take it apart to learn how all that old crap works.
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Yes, it definately looks like it....Funky deck that isn't shown in the pics.
Tank.... That's the boat... Anyone know where the auction is.

Choke you haven't answered my PM I sent you..
I said if I buy it you will be taken care of.... So ?
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Old 11-20-2008, 11:51 PM
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I responded as soon as I read it brudda.

I gave you the hook up, I am not looking for anything in return bro, best of luck to you !!!! Hopefully you'll get that baby !!
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Hey Custommarine any idea on the horses the gentry motors were putting out. How about block size and performance ?? Looking forward to watching the auction.
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I can give you the information. It was the Powerboat "CAM" (Canada-America-Mexico) race boat. Was purchased from Nordskog by a freind of mine in Oklahoma who owned it for several years and updated the boat changing the paint to white from yellow and orange. We had the boat in Miami for a while at TNT when my sales office was located there. The boat was sold a few years back. I don't know what happened to the boat since, but I can tell you it was a good boat and the Gentry turbo motors ran very well in the boat. If someone is serious about buying it I can get them additional information.
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Having met and talked with Pete, and more importantly having friends that are friends of Pete, this is about all the creds I'd need to go ahead and take a $20k chance on this boat site unseen.

It almost looks like a Squadron that's had Cigarette decals put on to be more "understood".

Looks really sweet either way.
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Boat has been around (eBay and another website), at least twice recently, meaning in last 6mo - 1yr, and did not sell. The reserve was at like $70-80K if I remember. Definitely the same boat as Peter said, Nordskog/CAM 39'. Can't post pics anymore, but I got few from the other times it was on auction.
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The auction produced a high bid of 21,000. That bid was refused. I was told the owners were looking to recieve around 40K or better.


Oh well.
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