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Old 01-13-2011, 09:35 AM
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Had one loved it and wish I still had it.
Very deep freeboard, big cabin, they feel like a much bigger boat than what they are. True 28 and there are a couple very nice ones for sale at this time wich is very rare.
You can't go wrong whith that choice and ya get to join the cult
I think this boat is a slam dunk... 28AT twin SBC.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...=STRK:MEWAX:IT

Buy for $34k, send back to Pat at AT.
Spend approx $10k-$15k to have paint and cockpit colors changed and have her gone through and cleaned up.
Maybe add external Hyd steering for $5k.
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I have a 2009 27 Activator for sale with a new Ilmor 625 with less then 15 hours on it...and over 6 of the hours were at idle with a new Teague XR drive and a IMCO shortie drive and a standard Sportmaster drive...we have done 96 mph with the Imco shorite on...and has a 2010 custom daul axile trailer...
Its a turn key ready boat and you will not find a 95+mph 2009 boat with a single engine bullet proof engine thats like new..
Looking at building a new boat....
for the money you wont find anything cheaper
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Pics Of The Cockpit Also The Driver Side Has All New Lovorsi Blue/white Race Guages
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Old 01-13-2011, 01:04 PM
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Gino's boat turns very well Id buy it ina heartbeat If i was looking
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No **** - plus you can spend time boating and not maintaining a fleet of boats you use increasingly less....
Exactly. Not having to insure & store all of them could only improve the list of potential upgrades.

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Brandon, I like the way you think.. We would cut a h e l l of a deal on our 2003 Gladitor.
That's a sweet boat Carey! I think it's a nice deal for what you're getting, and especially compared to what else is available around that price. It's tough to get more modern styling, speed, & reliability, than what that boat brings to the table.
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I have a 30Y2k with super charged 572 cu inch drive is #5 speedmaster 90 to 100 mph for sale
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Hey Now! Can You please pm me further details of this boat! You just never Know!
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Old 01-15-2011, 07:29 PM
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After many e-mails and pms , I just dont get that warm fuzzy feeling with any of them. Sat down with the wife today and talked about finances , futures and all that good stuff.

Figured she would blow a cork but was actually happy. I have decided to sell what I have, even if that means waiting a season. We both really like the 32 Sunsations. I lost a deal last year and was ok with that. I will be boating Lake Michigan 95% of the time and feel a 32 would be a better boat for this water and our wants.

We have decided to make the trip across the pond to see the factory. But I need to sell what I have to make it feasable . Thanks for all the advice I received on here.
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How big is your 2003 Excalibur, where in WI are you located?
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