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Old 05-11-2004, 08:42 AM
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These guys with 41 sabers really like the 36 (33) Concepts. What are there a total of 3 41' sabers. and 2 of the owners are all about the Concept, is Parnell next? Just playin, those Concepts look like awesome boats!! Very versatile, maybe I'll buy some white shoes and shorts and look at one on a couple years as well. With triples of course!! WikedWons looks great.
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Old 05-11-2004, 08:58 AM
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Do a search on here for "Concept 36" and save your self while you can !!!!!!!
Amen brother, if a 60mph cruise is fast enough, you're using it in saltwater and you have a life OUTBOARDS !!!

GL, how'bout giving me a hand writing all of these FREAK'N CHECKS ! My hands getting cramped PAYING FOR THE BIG BOATS MAINTENANCE !

Tony, welcome to the board, let me apologize for and warn you about GLH, he truly means well it's just that somedays the nurses don't get the balance on the Meds just right and well........

And Tony, this is stupid
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Hey WW look at that engine bay, grotesque... and you say I need meds!!!


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Hey WW look at that engine bay, grotesque... and you say I need meds!!!


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See Tony, I warned ya, they gave him a dictionary to entertain him at the Home today

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Take a look at TimG's '99 28 Pantera, Very clean used Boat, Twin 502EFI's, runs High 70's, Has all the options, on the trailer for right around $70,000. He is right here in lauderdale, and can show it whenever your ready.
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All right, all right were's the remote?
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These guys with 41 sabers really like the 36 (33) Concepts. What are there a total of 3 41' sabers. and 2 of the owners are all about the Concept, is Parnell next? Just playin, those Concepts look like awesome boats!! Very versatile, maybe I'll buy some white shoes and shorts and look at one on a couple years as well. With triples of course!! WikedWons looks great.
Man .... you will be simply amazed at how well these things work ... especially once you take off the arch and all the other crap that rattles and breaks like doors and hatches and lights and rod holders and ..... well , you get the point !!!! Once we get 'em up on Lake Erie that will be the true test , but from what I saw and put her thru last week on the gulf there should be NO PROBLEM !!!
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I can help you out either way...
I do have 2 51 Outer Limits available,as GLH suggested. Yes, we have good financing for those "easy" payments.

I do still have my 28' Pantera for sale. Twin 502 MPIs. It's in the classifieds here on OSO.

We also just took in a nice '96 Formula 336 on trailer...

PM me with your contact info, boat requirements and budget. I'm glad to help, and certainly won't steer you wrong.

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