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Old 08-08-2003, 11:45 PM
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Twin Staggered HP500's run's in the upper 80's out of the box !!!! Wardey
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Thank's Dredge for bringing that to my attention. Dave
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How much?
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dave, this boat deserves all the attention it can get. the windshield work is art. mark did a phenomenal job. it's great because the windshield helps carry the lines of the race boat canopy.

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do you have any more pics?
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Base Hull with Basic Interior starts at $180K....then, the sky's the limit. The boat ran an HONEST 88,89 at Lake "X" with Twin Stag HP500 Carb motors and Bravo drives. Personally I would go with 525's and ITS's and you would be well into the 90's. Here's some more pic's. Dave Warden
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I need to add that there were NO boxes on the transum !!! Straight bolt on Bravo's. This boat would be a nice 100 mph Poker Run Boat. Dave Warden
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Excellent. That boat is awesome. Love the lines.
Any running shots?
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