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Old 10-20-2003, 10:02 PM
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New Tech was the company name that built Apache's. This was a partner that Bobby Saccenti took in and was building Apache boats. I believe this guy was a doctor. This doctor's son joined the company and things did not go well! Ask Bobby, i'm sure he will tell you the story.
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If you look closely at one of the pictures you posted on the Apache thread recently, NAS-T is right behind it. Its the picture of Apache Kid at the 188st facility.

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Yes it is , I met Bill on a FPC Poker run a few years back, I think he still had the Lambos then !!
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Bill what lenght New Techs do you have 36 or 42? What do you want for the staggered step and what is the center to center measurement? Do you know the weight of the hull,and what gas tank set-up? Thank you Steve.
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I met a guy last year at Monty's who was selling "Apache" boats. He was of foreign descent (European). They sold a boat or two to the DEA I believe. New-Tech rings a bell; however, I believe that their bosts were 36ft. Same guys?
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arent they stepped?
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Yes !!!!
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Well most of them
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