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Old 03-08-2010, 05:55 PM
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That thing also has those super rare Edelbrock drives on it !!! Those gotta be worth at least 20K ???? !!!!!
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Did anyone else notice the pictures are from 2007... I'm sure the text in the ad is correct, this is a real beauty, he just hasn't had time to get new pictures up. The "all new leather on above cabin seating" sure looks nice...
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Old 03-09-2010, 12:24 AM
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That thing's worth 20,000.....if there's $17,000 under the seat.
That's funny right there. Not quite as funny as the ad......but still funny none the less.
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I noticed on those old 302's, the transom is funny looking. Why did they all have that "bulge" in the transoms??
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Old 03-09-2010, 01:13 AM
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The only thing Id dump into that is 10 gallons of gas and a match.

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Old 03-09-2010, 01:17 AM
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I noticed on those old 302's, the transom is funny looking. Why did they all have that "bulge" in the transoms??
Man, you don't know anything about that. The transom bulge is just like the middle of the boat........"it is reinforced we believe this is because it was made too withstand the constant pounding of ocean waves in long distance ocean races , however actual history of ocean racing is not know, but this boat is built for speed!!! "
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I noticed on those old 302's, the transom is funny looking. Why did they all have that "bulge" in the transoms??
The bump is were the wood is for the transom. You would still replace it from inside if you did that but the top curves so it is almost flush in the middle fo the transom and curves forward as you get to the sides. I would assume it is stronger then a flat transom?
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Good thing I don't live in Hawiee... he won't deliver there. Maybe I could just drive it over, it is built for the constant pounding...
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That thing also has those super rare Edelbrock drives on it !!! Those gotta be worth at least 20K ???? !!!!!
But it is not as good as the super fast outdrive on the starboard side with the factory cut down skeg
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But it is not as good as the super fast outdrive on the starboard side with the factory cut down skeg
Yeah that's worth 3-4mph...... on that side
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