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Old 04-01-2002, 04:29 PM
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On behalf of Jo and Pepe from Pantera here is a picture of the
new Pantera 35' "Survivor".

More pics to follow.
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Old 04-01-2002, 04:32 PM
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Here's another one.

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Here's a rear shot.

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Old 04-01-2002, 05:22 PM
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The boat looks sharp ... I like the lines ... it reminds me of my Cafe Racer.

Good Job,

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THAT IS ONE SWEET RIG! CONGRATS TO PANTERA
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Beautiful! ...it's got alotta "Cig" in her though...Not a Bad Thing!!



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Old 04-01-2002, 05:34 PM
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Hey Guys,

Thanks for the compliments.I will post photos of the engine compartment and cockpit and better shots of the boat as soon as I get them back from the photographer in the next 2-3 days.We worked with Jim Muir of Dimension 5 fame on our new 35 Survivor.He also has worked with Cigarette for many years on their deck designs.We are offering the boat as a 5-6 man bolster configuration and in a standard cockpit of 2 man bolsters and a rear custom bench.Our plans now are to build 12-15 of these 35 Survivors a year completely custom made to owners specs at a great price.The boat will also be offered in a full 24 degree deep v and in a twin step version.This boat had a full 24 degree deep v and ran 95.3 MPH on its first run this last Friday.It is a real head turner of a boat.I will race one in F2 class later this year.Regards, JO
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Hey Jo - That thing looks great!! It seems like it has been a while coming, but the finished product looks to be well worth the wait.

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Congrats on the new boat. It really looks sweet. Those 95 mph speeds were with what engine/drive configuration? Again, congrats and I would love to see some more pictures.
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Hi Will,

This 35 Survivor has been finished for sometime but I was waiting on my customer to put in the water.I guess I will be racing with you in F2 class later this year.Good luck this year!!

Hi Thunder Dan,

I posted on Friday Info .on its power and speed on this site.This boat I built for Mike and Art Girard that ran the Sloopy Joes Superboat and they supplied me the motors built by Expert Engines in Hollywood, FLA.The motors are 588 CI. Keith Black Aluminum blocks with a single carb.The motors are 8 1/2 to 1 compression and run on pump gas.The motors made a real 650 HP with 700 ft.lbs of torque.I ran the boat in dead flat water in the bay with the owner and my sister on board and spinning 34 Pitch 4 blade props not labbed at 5300 RPM a GPS speed of 95.3 MPH.the boat has IMCO Bravo 1 drives.I know I can still squeeze a few more MPH by labbing the props and getting some chop under the boat.Regards, JO
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