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Old 01-08-2003, 08:45 PM
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Does anyone have any pics of the Excal. 27 low deck or the 24 they could post, thanks: Matt
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Matt, you might be able to get some pics off Boattraderonline.com
Just do a search for "Excaliber" and also "Excalibur".
Check out Yachtworld.com too.
These boats pop up for sale once in awhile.
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Matt I have some pictures of my boat on the trailer but am not really sure how to post them. There were 3 versions of the 27 it came as a open sport a flat deck like mine and a raised deck. The raised deck was a option in 1984 and then when wellcraft took them over they only produced the taller deck with stand up bolsters. This boat was much heavier than the flat deck version. Also when you do your search it is excalibur. Forrest
 
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Forrest: thanks for the info, if you could post the pics that would be great, the low deck is what I'm interested in, real cool looking boat. What is the deadrise and how are they in rough water? Build quality? Thanks...Matt
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Here is my old 1975 24' Excalibur. I have a couple pics I can post of Forrest's boat if it's ok with him.
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David: thats a nice looking hull same as the Pantera and Superboat among others right? Can you post any more, thanks: Matt
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Hi David please post the pictures. I tried and failed. 24 degree dead rise with a notched transom and a pad. They flat decks were built light and are quite fast. Forrest
 
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27' Excalibur single big block and a speedy#V
Owned by Brian Frederick and is very competitive in the GLSCS "A" class
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FWK's 27 Excalibur.
Too Old: my 24' had a 502 with TRS, but the hull cracked and almost sank.
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