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Old 05-01-2003, 09:47 AM
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It has 454's + .030 dart merlin heads (mild porting) dyno'd at 485-505 hp.
OH MY GOD. That picture is an oath to and a vulgar display of excess.







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Old 05-01-2003, 09:49 AM
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awesome! I love that engine room too...looks like you spent alot of time in there...and it shows!
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I have that picture from a traderonline Cary that was for sale
its exactly the same picture I see yours is a 1989

it was for sale with the engine room same photo?
now the 1990 I know of has this engine room see below
which to me has exact copy of the yours

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1990 Cary Cary 50, 50', ,,Anchorage Yacht Sales is now introducing the finest, freshwater Cary 50 available on the market anywhere! This immaculate boat was built brand new specifically for the owner of a fortune 500 company. This Cary has always been stored inside and professionally maintained to the highest degree. This boat was surveyed November, 2001 and was given a "Bristol Condition" rating (which is very rare to achieve) The engine compartment is spotless and all 4 engines are outfitted in chrome and beautiful stainless steel braided hoses and only have 379 hours on them! The interior is even more spectacular with her beautifully sculpted carpeting and finely finished walls and headliner. If you're in the market for a gorgeous 50 Cary, this is a must see for sure!

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Old 05-01-2003, 10:09 AM
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That has to be the VanAndle boat of Amway. It was taken care of and was hauled (with their own Travel Lift) once a month at least and scrubbed. I can imagine the extras on this boat. He now has a Columbia 80 with over $200,000 in the engine room as added power and "extras" The boat hits 80 now.
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Looks wonderful! I always see one across from 15th st fisheries in Ft Lauderdale and have hoped someday for a ride in a 4 engine
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There is also a Cary 50 at Great Lakes Marina in Muskegon, MI.

The owner died about 2 years ago, and he always kept the boat in PERFECT condition. One of his sons seems to be in charge of it for the moment.

It has (4) 500 hp engines, and ran 54 mph. The father had told me that running at 42-44 mph he used a little more than 3 gallons per mile. It sounded amazing when he would start the engines (always did it with the Captain's Call open), hearing 1, then 2, then 3, and finally the 4th from the same boat join the chorus.
 
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looks damn nice!
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The Boat at Great Lakes was Stan Tyler's, great guy to bad about his death he was the Budwieser distributer in Muskegon. His son is using the boat but I'll bet its for sale soon. Now I need to win the lotto!
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