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Old 01-12-2011, 11:15 AM
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My Infinity is up for sale. It's 26', with integrated swim platform. 454 Mag, bravo. 10K W' trl.
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Old 01-12-2011, 11:29 AM
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24Pantera, 24Superboat, 25ActiveThunder.
Go into each of these owner forums and state what you are looking for. Someone may rise to the occasion.
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I know where ya can get a 24 pantera with an outboard
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Thanks for all your responses...

What about this one: http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listi..._id=72671&url=

22' Donzi ZX 1997 asking 15k



Under any other circumstances I would applaud that deep V this Donzi appears to have. However I am afraid to go any lower than 2'6" in our shallow chain of lakes.

You know, I love the lines of this boat - just like I love large SF boats without bow rails. But the practicality thing comes into play here, I wish there was a pad somewhere for women to sun tan. I don't know fellas...



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Trying to think of which v- bottom performance boat is going to have a draft shorter than 2'6". Probably none. Maybe a jon boat with a 25hp mercury. You can put a big plywood deck up front for the girls to tan on, jk. Seriously the 24 Formula in Peoria Heights is probably not too far to drive. Definately worth a look.
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Trying to think of which v- bottom performance boat is going to have a draft shorter than 2'6". Probably none. Maybe a jon boat with a 25hp mercury. You can put a big plywood deck up front for the girls to tan on, jk. Seriously the 24 Formula in Peoria Heights is probably not too far to drive. Definately worth a look.
To Back out of the Garage is too far to look at this at 22k
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Here is my buddys boat. It is very nice and gets all kind of attention. Give him a call. I know he is motivated to sell.
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Under any other circumstances I would applaud that deep V this Donzi appears to have. However I am afraid to go any lower than 2'6" in our shallow chain of lakes.

You know, I love the lines of this boat - just like I love large SF boats without bow rails. But the practicality thing comes into play here, I wish there was a pad somewhere for women to sun tan. I don't know fellas...



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Don't worry too much about the draft. I been on the Chain for years, never had a problem. You just have to know the lakes and follow some one when you go to Blarneys. (assuming Blarneys is still there )
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To Back out of the Garage is too far to look at this at 22k
It's a brokered boat and I'm pretty sure the price is very negotiable. I agree though, asking price is a little steep for the year. I was just saying it's relatively close. You might be surprised at what it could be bought for. I have seen it and know how it was cared for. Of course that's not worth much, lol.
I like the lines on that Donzi.
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Don't worry too much about the draft. I been on the Chain for years, never had a problem. You just have to know the lakes and follow some one when you go to Blarneys. (assuming Blarneys is still there )

You know what I am talking about when it comes to water depth in the chain...It is a serious issue. Grass Lake has an average depth of 3', so that makes it pretty much off limits, unless there are marked areas suitable for deeper draft boats. The other two lakes have a depth of 10'+. I haven't been out on the chain in years but Blarneys' Island is still there, I went there for a couple drinks last summer.
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