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Old 07-24-2003, 11:37 AM
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Question Ever heard of a 24' Python Sport Cuddy?

I have a friend looking for a boat and he came across this one on boattrader. He asked if I knew anything abouthtem and I said no, but I would ask my handy dandy resource and get back to him. I figured if anybody would know, someone from OSO would! It kind of looks like a Donzi Classic bottom and a Pantera deck? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Pythons are built locally here in Atlanta. Jim Clark is the Owner/Builder. As far as I have ever heard, they are great boats, well made and one of a kind paint jobs usually. You, or your friend should call Jim at (770) 271- 9803. Good Luck....
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Dont know about their quality, but they aren't known for their original designs. Their Vyper is a Donzi 18 splash. I wouldnt be surprised if their 24 shares a similar heritage ........ their website is at http://www.pythonboats.com/ ........john/tgawr
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Thanks for the info guys. Keep it coming. My friend will be happy to have gotten some info.
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The 24' is very simular to the old 24/25 Sunsation, or the 24' SuperBoats (and most other Hulls this size).

Jim builds a very good boat, they are a tight little boat, and handle very well.
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Old 07-24-2003, 12:19 PM
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I have one, and depending on condition and price, usually a good buy.
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SuperV went down south and test drove one a few years back he told me it wouldn't live very long on Lake Michigan .....come off a wave and the deck and floor would shutter...
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Shane I told eddie to get on here and do this, why are you doing his dirty work. lol, let me guess he doesn't know how to use a computer. would you tell him for the money my 24 eliminator is probobly the b est thing he will find for the money, I just want to get rid of it because i have the hustler now, I will sacrifice it for 12,000.
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I will let him know.
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Any pictures of the Eliminator on here?
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