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Old 10-28-2002, 02:13 PM
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I just bought a 1994 25' Fountain CS. The boat is in amazing shape for the most part. Some of the upholstery could use some work. Can anyone recomend someone that would be capable? Might need a couple skins replaced. Thanks.

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Old 10-28-2002, 03:14 PM
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Cool looking ride, did you have to lay out big $ or is the fountain market softening????
 
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That really looks sweet!

Did you have to make up a sign letting everyone know it isn't sinking?

One other question...does the 25 have the two holes on the transome on either side of the swimplatform like it's bigger brother?
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Got her for about book value. She only has 160 hrs on her and was trialered in fresh water all her life. Does kind of look like it's sinking. It does have the holes in the transome that lead to the swim platform. Fun ride, goes about 75.....right now. It has a 502 mag in it right now. I would like to get it up around 500hp before the season. The interior is tops on the list as well. You should hear the stereo in it.
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that thing is like 40% BEAK!!!!!!!!
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American Auto and Plate Glass in Albany at the corner of Central and Everrett rd 438-3561 ask for Scott or Ron Abbott.

Ive had many things done by these fine gents and you wont go wrong with them. Shane also knows them very well and will stand up for them and there workmanship. they have ran performance boats on the lake for years and they also live on the lake.

They wont be the cheapest around, but absolutly the best

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Shawn,

This is Shane Mahieu, got rid of the little DONZI? Nice ride! Call Scott Abbott. He did the interior in my Skater and it looks awesome! In fact, he is doing some work on my truck today. He is the same guy OTIS said to use. Jay and Angie are really coming along with the house. Best of luck with the new ride.
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Is it sinking in the picture?
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Not sinking, that's how she rides in the water. Thanks for the help with the upholstery. I'll call Scott. Have not sold the Donzi yet Shane. If ya know anyone, let me know. Boat and Trailer, $12,500. You know what good shape it's in. Take care, thanks.

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