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Old 07-31-2004, 07:16 PM
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dont you worry about how many hours he has on that pig, worry about keeping deb happy. dont know how you can keep anyone happy, your such a waste of a man. hey cuda, let me ask you a question, do you have all your teeth. i didnt think so!!!!!

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Joe, I'd look for a nice Cafe, preferably with Bravos and an updated dash. What was the last year Cig made the Mistress? Didn't Don A say the Mistress was the best offshore boat he ever drove? Of course, there have been a lot of others designed since then.
The Mistress is a good boat if it is a Kevlar one because they are light. The Fiberglass Mistress's were heavy tanks.

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The Mistress is a good boat if it is a Kevlar one because they are light. The Fiberglass Mistress's were heavy tanks.

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how can a little boy like you keep any woman happy? your a skinny punk, she needs a man to keep her in check, and you aint it. i do feel for her though, how do you guys live on those social security checks. poor debb... Mr. W
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Joe, I'd look for a nice Cafe, preferably with Bravos and an updated dash. What was the last year Cig made the Mistress? Didn't Don A say the Mistress was the best offshore boat he ever drove? Of course, there have been a lot of others designed since then.
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I would take a serious look at OSO member Sean's '87 Cafe Racer...

Super clean, new motors, dash and just installed brand new hydraulic steering.....
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Much more out of you two, and your going to have
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yeah, i said little... you old bag...
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Thanks for the feedback. I'm saving for the new boat so didn't join the paid section!!!
It's tough to get both ride and speed when looking at some of the older technology. Despite being on a budget, think I'm still past lookin at TRS's. How bout the 35 Playboy model - what's different from the cafe?
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Thanks for the feedback. I'm saving for the new boat so didn't join the paid section!!!
It's tough to get both ride and speed when looking at some of the older technology. Despite being on a budget, think I'm still past lookin at TRS's. How bout the 35 Playboy model - what's different from the cafe?
What price range are you looking to be in....That will decide what year/model. Playboy is a Twin Step. The Cafe Racer is a straight bottom.

Concerning your ride and speed....If you get a light boat either Kevlar or Carbon Fiber they don't take that much power to move.

We have 525SC in a Carbon Fiber Gun with TRS and we can run 74-76.

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I'd recommend you see the Kevlar TG with twin staggered 1000hp Tyler Crockett engines, #5 drives, and cover girl cabin in Texas, it is extremely clean and.....oh, wait, I can't, I just bought it!..........
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