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Old 12-12-2003, 08:27 AM
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27 Activator would spank them all in the rough water.
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Old 12-12-2003, 08:41 AM
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good all-around boat for family fun, poker runs, skiing,etc.
The Sonic meets all of your requirements.

However, give Nordic a good look, too!
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I even laminate aluminum in the cockpit floor so I can through bolt the seats.

That sounds like a smart idea.

How many boats are you cranking out a year? Or how many people are working for you?
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You can buy my boat direct from the factory and save big time. Plus Tres Martin the best rigger on the planet will rig the boat and dial it in. You also get the OSO Warranty - BH WWW.JOKERPOWERBOATS.COM
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Old 12-12-2003, 08:59 AM
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29 Active Thunder... 28 pantera.... sonic, sunsation formula, fountain, and baja..
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Formula for me
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Old 12-12-2003, 09:07 AM
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We've built (3) here in Georgia and the guy I bought the company fom built (10). Very small , very custom and the best kept secret in performance boating. I have one full time guy and other people help when needed. I have a local guy buying a new 28 Joker and putting a 572 cubic inch motor in it. Should be awesome - BH
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Old 12-12-2003, 09:10 AM
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Im restoring the #4 26ft Flat
Deck Larry Smith Scarab, Its a
1988 made the year I started
at Scarab.
Its NONStep and has run 84mph.
Theres a few newer ones around
there were only 10 inboard hulls made at Team Scarab over
the years.
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Brian's Boats handle BIG water like nothing else there size. I've watched a little F-1 of his go out and finish where lots of "Big Boys" were pulling in to puke, or go to the hospital !!!
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Active Thunder!
I would like to try a Joker, looks nice.
If you give us more details on what you are looking for we could narrow it down a little more, the mix is wide.
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