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Old 10-11-2010, 08:25 PM
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The 33 powerplay with the 500efi was sold ,the boat sold quick when he lowered his price in the 30s,he had several buyers ,the powerplays have never been hard to sell if priced right and in nice shape
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Boat #2 is real sharp, boat # 5 was the best deal my .02.
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Old 10-11-2010, 08:44 PM
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The 33 powerplay with the 500efi was sold ,the boat sold quick when he lowered his price in the 30s,he had several buyers ,the powerplays have never been hard to sell if priced right and in nice shape
I was surprised it lasted for over a week at that price honestly. If it checked out that was a steal.
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The 33 powerplay with the 500efi was sold ,the boat sold quick when he lowered his price in the 30s,he had several buyers ,the powerplays have never been hard to sell if priced right and in nice shape
They're hard to find and people know they're a great boat. It's based of a Cobra hull which was a great hull back in the day. The PP will be faster with mild power than any Cafe and it's a better riding boat than the Cafe from what I've experienced!

If I owned a boat that was smaller than 30' I probably would have purchased a PP over my Apache. Back then I couldn't justify selling my panther for only a 3' jump so I went 6'.

Anyway, two great boats in that range which are big enough to run the ocean and are economical, the 32' Hustler and 33' PP. But hey, what do I know!

Enjoy the search Bern!

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Old 10-12-2010, 09:27 AM
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Boat #2 would be my pick, but that Fountain looks really clean and is a fresh water boat.
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Old 10-12-2010, 07:13 PM
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i like #2 as well but out of my price range and wouldnt insult him

after numerous emails and phone calls i really need to look hard at the powerplays...have heard nothing but great things bout them and those things came from Cigarette, Apache, Fountain, and Outerlimits owners...am open to suggestions, so if anyone comes across anything interesting please feel free to let me know...thanks
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Old 10-13-2010, 05:23 PM
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Old 10-14-2010, 11:43 AM
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That 33 w/ 500 efi's looks like a steal. If it checks out I'd go with that for sure for that money. Leaves leftover budget for repairs/updgrades.

The Cig's posted probably won't get too close to 80 even with much bigger power.
That's crazy talk.... the Bullet will go low 80"s and my Cfae runs 78 but it will do it 3-4's

They definately are not flat out speed demons but when it gets stirred up out there they seem to be out front.
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That's crazy talk.... the Bullet will go low 80"s and my Cfae runs 78 but it will do it 3-4's

They definately are not flat out speed demons but when it gets stirred up out there they seem to be out front.
i was in a 99 35 gun in solid 3's runnin 65 and it was effortless for sure
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I've seen both Frank's Cafe and Kevin's bullet... both are very clean. The Cafe is an absolute looker, pictures do it no justice, but it's also priced a little higher than the others listed.
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