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Old 11-25-2002, 11:09 AM
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Old 11-25-2002, 11:13 AM
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SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 11-25-2002, 11:44 AM
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Drop I have to comment on this. I just came from V's myself and bought a smaller cat. I bought a 2600 American Offshore. I've ridden in alot of cats esp the smaller ones and this one seemed to have the best ride and bang for the dollar. Mine has a 509 cid with a bm 420 and runs righ around 100mph. Rides great at slow speeds as well as high speeds. It has no porpusing at any speeds and doesn't feel sloppy at slow speeds and is very friendly around the dock. My insurance is $347.00 per year throught state farm (the same place my house and truck are). Unfortunately I am selling mine as i need a bigger boat again that has more cabin and immeneties if you are interested i could send you pics and info on boat. And also it is very close to your buget
 
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Old 11-25-2002, 11:59 AM
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LOL @ 29scarab...

How did you like the wide-screen TV in the cabin?

I wonder what the beam is?
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Old 11-25-2002, 12:49 PM
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Clay!

Imagine the party you could have on that! Big screen would be great for the sunday footall games while boating!!
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Old 11-25-2002, 01:44 PM
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Our Chicago dealer will have a 2003 Awesome 26 F/X at the McCormick Boat show.Full tunnel with Full cabin. Price is in your reach.

*See www.awesomepowerboats.net

Best of luck in your search !


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Old 11-25-2002, 03:50 PM
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Xtreme Dream Machines has this 26' Cat in stock ready for delivery!!

BoatManufacturer: American Offshore
Boat: 2600 NSX
Motor Manufacturer: American Offshore SC 700
Trailer: Roadrunner Trailer

Optional Equipment and Accessories:
Teague Drive 136 Platinum Performance Controls
Max Machine foot w/ nose cone Bluewater trim Indicator
Stainless Marine Exhaust Simerek Drive Shower
SuperChiller intercooler
Cockpit Cover
Cockpit Carpet
Red Annodized Package
TeagueBilletPulleys
Teague Oil cooler & Billet Filter
Full Dual Ram Hyd. Steering (Imco)
Eddie Marine Battery Boxes
Tach with Eng. Hour Meter
(2) 45 gal fuel tanks
540 CUI engine

Priced to Sell $86,988.00

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Old 11-25-2002, 04:28 PM
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What I ment by saying you have to drive it is I have to cut across the waks at a sharper angel and watch for big rollers cruising at about 70-75 if I don't cut in to rollers and watch the spacing I have dipped a sponson but if I'm on the gas packing more air I can usually fly over them but that makes the wife nerves.
I do a lot of river cruising and I see a lot of big roller.

My center pod is about half as deep as the sponsons I don't have the boat here so I can't give you a exact measurement basically it's the same hull as a American Offshore I do let friends drive but I don't let them open it up.

I have a Teague 800 and with four people and a cooler it will run about 105mph.
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Old 11-25-2002, 04:45 PM
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keep in mind your power options, Inboard/outboard? As far as Insurance..You will have to lie about the number of boats you have owned because this is a factor, time owning boats ...lie etc. etc.
Inboard I would go with an HTM 24
Outboard For the$ Lighting Power Boats or Liberator
Unless you have mega bucks I wouldnt recommend an Inboard if you want to go fast. Think off all the service you get to do !
Changing oil,
Breaking drives,
Replacing manifolds.

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Old 11-26-2002, 01:14 PM
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You can't go wrong. I have let chicks drive over 100mph.
 
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