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Old 01-11-2004, 02:51 AM
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is Warpart36's an Apache or a McManus Comanche?
Its an Apache. Bullroar and his were built at the same time.
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Old 01-11-2004, 09:16 AM
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The cockpits on the 1994 and older are very tight but for ruff water running the people in the back seat can hang on to the grab handle on the back of the front bolsters while standing or seated. In 1995 Bobby moved the back seat back 6 ". Those are still pretty tight, the 36's have nice head room downstairs. My buddy keeps his at SPINNAKERS in the winter so keep an eye out for her going by your house. Steve
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Old 01-11-2004, 07:01 PM
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The cockpits on the 1994 and older are very tight but for ruff water running the people in the back seat can hang on to the grab handle on the back of the front bolsters while standing or seated. In 1995 Bobby moved the back seat back 6 ". Those are still pretty tight, the 36's have nice head room downstairs. My buddy keeps his at SPINNAKERS in the winter so keep an eye out for her going by your house. Steve
Thanks, Steve, I'll keep an eye out for it, what is the name?
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Old 01-12-2004, 07:33 AM
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She called THUNDERSTRUCK it's a1994 it was the next one built after mine, my freinds LITTLE TOMMY and kathy own her. they are buddys with MAGNUM MARK AND LUCY.
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Old 01-12-2004, 08:44 AM
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Thunderstruck is an awesome boat! It handles Lake Michigan ruff water very well. I've never been on it but have run beside her. I understand a 41 would handle ocean waves a little better, as ocean waves are a little farther apart than Lake Michigan waves.

Nykamp's Dragon's Breath is an awesome 36 as well. I've only seem pics of it, so far.
Steve, I need to get up your way this summer with my boat.
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I have all kinds of pictures if you would like me to post some. I will be happy to answer any questions if you have them. I don't know a whole lot of specifics on the build process, but they handle rough water great. There are no rattles, and there are very few screws to tighten. The only complaint I have on mine is there are NO CUP HOLDERS.
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