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Old 01-21-2005, 10:23 AM
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I emailed the guy for more information and he sent me back a email directing me to the ebay add. So I figured that the had put more pictures up. When I opened it up it was the same old add
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Old 01-21-2005, 10:27 AM
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I emailed the guy for more information and he sent me back a email directing me to the ebay add. So I figured that the had put more pictures up. When I opened it up it was the same old add
Did you hit that link I put up .. not much info but a few pics .. I like the boat.. Afew tweaks here and there and viola a marketable product
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is it a splash of something else or are these origionals?
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I think its a pretty sharp boat .. Lookin for venture capital ..anyone ?
http://www.activethunderboats.com/Ebaycat.htm

is it just me or does that look way wider that 8'10"......
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is it just me or does that look way wider that 8'10"......
I dont know ..looks like 8'10 ta me .. Look at the seats gotta be no more than 30 wide ..
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Ok whos got an empty building and 50K im sick of plumbin
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I was told that the bottom was the same as a 32' Skater classic.
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Pantera I was looking for pictures of the actuall mold not what it was sapposed to make. If the molds are beat up they could be worthless, if in good shape then they may be very valuable.

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I have a good friend in MA that builds boat with the best of everything. I can check with him how much he would charge to make you a hull with quality stuff. I should go over and say hi to him anyhow. Been bussy so I have not had time to run over. He used to be the best foil (America's Cup Boat Keels and Rudders) guy in the world tell everyone started to use CNC machines. This is the boat that he builds.
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If you want to talk to him then let me know I can set up a get together with you. I would also be willing to look at splitting the cost of the molds.

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