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Old 12-01-2002, 08:29 PM
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Lightbulb 2003 JokerPowerBoats.com F1 Boat

If anyone knows of a hard charging race team that is looking to purchase a APBA - SBI legal F1 Boat - I have the daddy.

28 ft ( 27ft - 11 inches - APBA raced as 27 ft)
Deck and hulll glassed together - rub rail installed
75 gallon fuel tank
Full length stringers in the deck
5 bulkheads - tubed and wrapped in kevlar
Race hatch
2 aluminum seat frames & 2 sit down racing bolsters w/ kidney supports
Bildge finished in white awl grip

$ 18,500 (Includes sponsorship and testing )

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Old 12-02-2002, 09:26 AM
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Is that boat rigged? Sounds like a great deal to me, I cant believe no one has jumped on that thing. Would you want the person (s) to race the full circut or could they just race the silver cup series? nice article about your partner and the business in Poker Runs America, sounds like things are going well for you two.
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Old 12-02-2002, 10:49 AM
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Thumbs up Unrigged - Race any series ........

Mark:

The 2003 Joker F1 race boat is unrigged. I finished 2nd in Daytona in 2001 in the same hull design- F1-96. Typhoon finished 1st - imagine that! The boat is awesome in the rough and I have a 2001 w/ a 500 efi if anybody wants to take a test ride. Thanks for the compliments on the article in Poker Runs of America Magazine.

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Old 12-02-2002, 11:32 AM
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I left you a PM...Lets talk

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Bruce,

in case you haven't seen one of these...they're sweet looking and running boats...saw one run in Ft.Myers a couple years ago...

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Hey Marty...good to see ya Saturday

Ive been lookin at Brians boats for a couple of months now.

Im very interested in hearing all about them

see ya soon
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Bruce,

Good to see you guys as well....for this price it's hard to go wrong!!...with your power you'd be movin'!!

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Marty,
If I decided to go with Brians boat, I would rig it for F-1.
I may keep my 28 and still race in P-4 0r P-5.

We will see what happens
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I have talked with Brian a few times and he has always takin the time to answer any and all questions (even the dumb ones) I have about the boats. From what I have seen in races the boat handles rough water very well and hauls some pretty good azz also. When it comes time for the wife and I to buy a new boat we will definitly be looking at Joker Power Boats.
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Brian,

How can you afford to build this boat that cheap? Just merely inquiring. Other boats that I have looked at with hull, deck, fuel tanks, and cockpit interior are WAY higher priced than this. I've done quite a bit of homework such as looking around, studying prices and construction, talking to alot of guys. Just mere fact finding.

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