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Old 10-03-2010, 11:03 PM
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Another sign of geting older .
Now we want practical and fuel efficient ? WTF ?
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That is a sweet ride!
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Wow what nice lines....!
Impressive numbers on performance as well.

I made the plunge in 2009 on a 38 fountain with triples...
I love it!

Still kept the performance boat & doing a resto on that now.
Can't get rid of the noise!
But... CC"s are headturners in a different way!
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Old 10-05-2010, 08:27 AM
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Wow what nice lines....!
Impressive numbers on performance as well.

I made the plunge in 2009 on a 38 fountain with triples...
I love it!

Still kept the performance boat & doing a resto on that now.
Can't get rid of the noise!
But... CC"s are headturners in a different way!
What is the speed on your Fountain? This picture was before we rigged her. We love the big storage area below the sunpad.
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Old 10-05-2010, 08:55 AM
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Wow that is a nice feature...!

My boat runs 68 consistently light on fuel.
I have 250 x's

I have it on the market right now.. one of those if it stays or sells would not care.

I have a new boat whim idea.
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Wow that is a nice feature...!

My boat runs 68 consistently light on fuel.
I have 250 x's

I have it on the market right now.. one of those if it stays or sells would not care.

I have a new boat whim idea.
Good luck w/ the sell!
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Old 10-27-2011, 02:56 PM
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As you can see I had the vision back in 2003 for the go fast center console. We wanted to build something w/ an 8 ft beam w/ a cabin that was fast and not the traditional squared up look. LEOPAJM was on our original design team and I wish he could of seen the final product!

PS.....And you can fish out of a go fast cc!
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Old 10-27-2011, 03:39 PM
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I was reading the start of the thread and I just picked up a somewhat performance CC with twin 250 Yami's. Its a whitewater and seems to be built well
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That thing is sick/cool! And you are right, Jerry would love this.

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I've talked to several dealers the past 2 months and the consensus is: The all wish to sell Mercs since the Yamahas appear never to have to be replaced/repaired..
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