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Old 04-03-2002, 02:51 PM
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These are additional pictures of the new Pantera 35' "Survivor"
Brought to you by Jo and Pepe at www.panteraboats.com

Enjoy, more pics to follow.
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Here's a shot of the engines.
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Bulkhead shot.
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Way cool! what kind of price tag will they have?say with 496 HO's?what does the cabin look like?
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I'll take 2......very nice set-up...my next boat shopping venture is gonna get tougher and tougher.. i just hope it's soon
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Looks nice, but no room?? Where you going to put the girls???
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Hey Guys,
Thanks for the compliments.Pricing for the 35 Survivor with the same setup as the pictures with twin 500 EFIs will be $ 180,000.With a standard cockpit consisting of 2 stand up bolsters and a rear bench with a full cabin and 500 efis will be $ 195,000.Each boat has full hydraulic steering,custom race battery boxes,race controls,Auto Meter or Gaffrig instruments,race lay up,cockpit cover,props just to name a few items.It has all the best parts in it standard.
We will be building 12-15 35 Survivors a year completely custom made to owners specs.If you need more info.please feel free to email me at [email protected] or call me here at Pantera at 305-948-5600.

That Interior will hold you and 5 girls in it or if you need more room I will build you the boat in a center console version.

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Jo,

I noticed the steering wheel in the center of the cockpit. In the pleasure model, are the twp bolsters on one side or is there space between the two to get into the cabin?

Beautiful boat. Keep up the great work.

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Hi Randy,

The pleasure version has the bolsters on the port and starboard side with the cabin entry in the center.The 6 man bolster set up can have the wheel placed on the starboard side also.It is up to the customers liking.Most of them ask me for my input anyway on what we think.Regards, JO
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