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Old 09-28-2003, 10:22 PM
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semper fi what power does your friend run in the 42 fountain, do you have any pictures of the cockpit and bilge.
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pwrbt33, your information matches exactly with the info that was given to me.
Do you know the name of the repo place? I am trying to put together the history of the boat.

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Old 09-29-2003, 02:12 AM
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semper fi what power does your friend run in the 42 fountain, do you have any pictures of the cockpit and bilge.
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I Know they are Pfaff motors, probably around 925Hp each. I think I have some pics of the cockpit and motors. i'll have to look for them.
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later, Go HERE for many of pics of "Ohio Steel"
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Lee,
Thanks for the pics!! The boat looks just like these pictures, the only difference is the graphics were totally removed from the rubrail down. The boat is extremely tricked out. Look at the size of those bulkheads down below!!! There is a ballast tank down there that keeps the nose down in the rough water. The ballast tank makes an unbelievable difference!!
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Semper Fi, It is a beautiful boat, It was originally advertised for 2X what your friend is asking for it.
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Lee,
You are right, but the boat didn't get any attention at the higher price. The boat is definately BAD A$$, but since it is a 3 man bolster setup with no cabin space, it takes the "right person" to buy it. It is a great poker run boat. It runs through the rough stuff (4'-8') really well. The bolsters are very deep, so it's a very secure feeling in the boat no matter the speed or the water.
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The place that the boat was for sale here in MD is called Sealing Marine on Kent Island. It was there for about 1-2 months if that.

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