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Old 05-28-2004, 12:08 AM
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Like the two very expensive lumps ( pictured in the back of the truck) that I picked up yesterday for the other " cool " boat , yeah CC's suck
Now Jim That pic is all very nice with the blown mills and all but sincerely if Mary is not in the picture why the heck post it!!!
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Old 05-28-2004, 02:57 AM
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A CC is great if you need a utility boat otherwise I don't see the point. Styling wise they look like grampa boats.
If you mean by "utility" that it is a very versatile boat then you are correct.
It has a good ride in moderate water and the speeds are acceptable for what it is. There is plenty of room to move around the boat if you have friends aboard and you do not have to trip over each other. If you like to fish or snorkel/scuba it works out great. If you have to do maintenance on the outboards you do not have to be a contortionist to get into the bilge. The open area is easy to clean with a hose and scrub brush.

As far as the styling goes mine might be old and have outdated graphics but there are plenty of newer models being built with the latest technology available along with some great paint schemes.

I love my "Grandpa boat"!
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Digging deep are ya? All this talk about the new 350v got you all pumped up? I like the picture of that concept with the triple yamis sitting in the shallow water. Looks like maybe the keys?
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This is a nice looking cc, wonder the speeds they got out of it.
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Another blast from the past, only 4 years later.
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This is a nice looking cc, wonder the speeds they got out of it.
That is a super nice looking CC!
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It only took us 7 years to make this dream a reality! She's fast and super sexy!
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It only took us 7 years to make this dream a reality! She's fast and super sexy!
Wow!

What length?
What kind of power/speed are you seeing?
Are you going to put a top on it?

As far as salt water boats go the CC's are tough to beat...run'em hard, hose'em out...drip dry.
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Love the profile of the boat with the rear sitting low.
good luck in your development.
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Wow!

What length?
What kind of power/speed are you seeing?
Are you going to put a top on it?

As far as salt water boats go the CC's are tough to beat...run'em hard, hose'em out...drip dry.
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