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Old 12-31-2004, 09:56 AM
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I went to bed after I posted this thread last night because I was so pissed off. I woke up this morning still pissed off. So I'm going to post to all oso members what I'm looking for, with the amount of knowledge you guys have this should be alot easier than dealing with one person.

1. Don't really care about brand
2. Want 35-45 foot
3. Want V-bottom
4. Want Cuddy
5. Want reasonable amount of power
6. Needs trailer
7. Has to be newer 2001-2004
8. Low hours
9. Perfect Condition
10. $250 max
11. I would like a wild paint job (but not mandatory)
12. Fresh Water Use Only
13. I will travel anywhere in US or Canada..

Good Luck and Thank You..
Here is a 2002 Cigarette Tiger for sale in the Classifieds. I'm pretty sure it meets all your criteria

http://secure.offshoreonly.com/geocl...php?a=2&b=3364

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Old 12-31-2004, 10:00 AM
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Who's boat is it? Does anyone other than the owner have an opinion on it?
 
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Old 12-31-2004, 10:23 AM
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Who's boat is it? Does anyone other than the owner have an opinion on it?
Give me a an hour and I'll get more info on the cig, we're from same town and know the same people.
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Who's boat is it? Does anyone other than the owner have an opinion on it?
It's not mine
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Here is a 2002 Cigarette Tiger for sale in the Classifieds. I'm pretty sure it meets all your criteria

http://secure.offshoreonly.com/geocl...php?a=2&b=3364

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http://www.cigaretteracing.com/news2....asp?NewsID=26

Bikes and Boats at Laconia! - Monday, June 21, 2004 at 14:35
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It may be Bike Week in Laconia New Hampshire, site of one of the oldest motorcycle rallies in the country, but Lake Winnepesake always calls both bikers and boaters. That’s especially true at the Beach Bar at the NASWA Resort where the Makris family hosts a grand assortment of partiers who arrive on vehicles of all kinds.

But when Buddy Thomas pulled up at the “NAZ,” people stopped mid-beer to revel at the spectacle of this sleek and beautiful Cigarette trying to find room to dock--In fact, a couple of smaller boats jockeyed around to create space. The 2003 42’ Cigarette Tiger is painted with a “Tigger” theme (complete with a tail dropped over the side of the massive deck), but this Tiger is no ***** cat! It’s got twin 900’s from Competitive Marine, complete with Mooney Blowers—and it doesn’t purr, it roars!

Thomas purchased the Cigarette from Randy Hartmann at Lake Cumberland Marine (Somerset, Kentucky), who talked him out of his prior Fountains and Hustlers. According to Thomas, “Randy told me getting into a Cigarette was like going from a Crown Vic to a Mercedes Benz!” And was he right? Thomas is now getting ready to trade up to a new Cigarette 42X with staggered engines.

One of the newest models from Cigarette Racing Team, the 42X was created to offer bigger engines with Mercury VI drives a better balanced center of gravity, with the triple step bottom adjusted to better suit the weight and enhance performance. Thomas plans to equip the 42X with Sterling 1200’s—plenty of power to take on anything New England waters have to offer the Methuen, Massachusetts resident. But, he still may have to wait for dock space at the NAZ!
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I went to bed after I posted this thread last night because I was so pissed off. I woke up this morning still pissed off. So I'm going to post to all oso members what I'm looking for, with the amount of knowledge you guys have this should be alot easier than dealing with one person.

1. Don't really care about brand
2. Want 35-45 foot
3. Want V-bottom
4. Want Cuddy
5. Want reasonable amount of power
6. Needs trailer
7. Has to be newer 2001-2004
8. Low hours
9. Perfect Condition
10. $250 max
11. I would like a wild paint job (but not mandatory)
12. Fresh Water Use Only
13. I will travel anywhere in US or Canada..

Good Luck and Thank You..
A friend has a 2000 Tiger with 555ci 750/800hp motors on a trailer. Indoor kept and waxed more than used. I remember him telling a Cig rep he wanted $175k He's ready for a Rough Rider. Happens to be in FL this week using the boat. If interested let me know, I'll get more info for ya.
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A friend has a 2000 Tiger with 555ci 750/800hp motors on a trailer. Indoor kept and waxed more than used. I remember him telling a Cig rep he wanted $175k He's ready for a Rough Rider. Happens to be in FL this week using the boat. If interested let me know, I'll get more info for ya.
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It passed my house yesterday. Sounded mean. Couldn't get the camera in time.

I also have a friend with a 2000 Tiger it has 500EFI and XR drives. There is no boat as clean as this.

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There are five scum jobs on this earth, that all they try to do is screw people everyday.

not in any order

1. Lawyer
2. Politician
3. Insurance Companys
4. Car salelsman
5. I.R.S.
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Robert Nelems is the best in the biz.

He's got a very nice, 2003 38 Donzi ZR at a great price . . . $250K, with staggered 575's and XR's.

Poker run edition.

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There are five scum jobs on this earth, that all they try to do is screw people everyday.

not in any order

1. Lawyer
2. Politician
3. Insurance Companys
4. Car salelsman
5. I.R.S.
That is one stupid statement!Customers try to screw dealerships and sales people all the time.Did you ever hear the expression"buyers are liars"?Customers some times end up being the biggest scumbags of all.There are alot of professional sales consultants that do the right thing,and have the customers best interest at heart.
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