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Old 08-09-2011, 08:20 PM
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That is a great looking boat, but that is way over priced... I do not give a SHlT how good of shape it is in, 25k is too much.. atleast in my opinion it is, I showed you that one only 2 years older 10k cheaper, too many deals out there to over pay
Thanks for the opinion... I will watch the price. How are Formula SR-1s though if they are priced fair? Do they run well?

Were you talking about the 2 you PMed me??
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Old 08-09-2011, 08:21 PM
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http://www.marinetechconcepts.com/bo...322perf97.html

I know the owner, he may be buying a new boat. If your interested PM me and I can give u his no. It probably can be bought not far off your budget. It runs 70 and handles lake erie very well.
His add says he wants 50k$ for that.... Its WAY outside my budget. LOL! I want a MAX of 30k-ish.

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Old 08-09-2011, 08:33 PM
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Lake Erie? Do yourself a favor and get yourself a serious rough water boat; forgiving enough for the whole family to drive. Make me an offer, you might be suprised. http://www.offshoreonly.com/classifi...o40763-en.html
Sweet looking boat! However being in Texas is that a salt water boat then? Also the price for me would be a little steep because id have to get it back to Ohio also.
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Old 08-10-2011, 07:32 AM
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sr1's are sweet.. maybe not fast enough for my liking though..but still maybe the owner of one here soon.....maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaybe
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Old 08-10-2011, 07:39 AM
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sr1's are sweet.. maybe not fast enough for my liking though..but still maybe the owner of one here soon.....maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaybe
There is no doubt they look great. That whole exhaust in the swim platform thing is wicked cool!!! The cabins are laid out great. I loved the cabin that was on my Formula 3.
You can alway buy that boat and sell it to me when you get bored with it after being out a few times buddy!!!

I know you and your 90mph obsession. LOL! But the woman would kill you if Jordy was onboard lol.
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Old 08-10-2011, 07:44 PM
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Lake Erie? Do yourself a favor and get yourself a serious rough water boat; forgiving enough for the whole family to drive. Make me an offer, you might be suprised. http://www.offshoreonly.com/classifi...o40763-en.html
Man I thought you had sold that. Wish it would have been around when I was looking, I would be all over that boat.
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dude ! i LOVE that scarab !
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dude ! i LOVE that scarab !
That one that i posted... With the custom tube swim platform?
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Bert, that PowerQuest is pretty nice. How are they for quality. How about issues? Id hate to have to fear stringer or transom rot issues... although that's a fear ill probably have regardless.
The build quality and rigging is very good. The PQ260SX is great rough handling boat, very roomy cabin and great handling. The boat does everything very well. Boat is NOT a speed demon, looking at 60-63mph max. The boats will be in your price range. Go the PQ boat owners forum, lots of information. Good Luck.
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Old 08-11-2011, 12:06 AM
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Sweet looking boat! However being in Texas is that a salt water boat then? Also the price for me would be a little steep because id have to get it back to Ohio also.
Freshwater since the motors were replaced
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