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Maybe if he puts the Glastron and the Sanger on a trailer and pays the shipping, he may get 7,500 for both as a package deal.
I've never understood the point of hydro-style boat with a jet pump on the transom...I guess it's more of a styling cue for a jet than a functional hydro. Incidentally, the bottom of that boat looks more like a tunnel hull. Is this an example of Sanger's attempt at a tunnel hull? Overall, the boat does have the detailed styling cues of a Sanger, I never knew they made them/can't believe Sanger would.
Maybe that's just me; if there's a specific, functional reason for a twin-sponsoned, hydro jet hull please enlighten me.
NOTE: The engine is NOT a Ford 460 D0VE engine and it is thereby misrepresented in the listing. The engine is a Harman Maraine 460 utilizing D3VE heads and very likely a D1VE block (95% chance). Gale Banks TT option looks nice.
Last edited by LakesOnly; 11-07-2011 at 10:52 AM.
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Give him a break, I guarantee the hull design is functional, and runs more efficient than either a tunnel or vee (jet).
Yes the pump rides on a pad, but the hull still only runs on 3 points.
I liked my tunnel much better than the jet hydro, rode better as well.
jet hydro is a oxymouron. if im right willis hydro was the orig sanger jet. jack bought them out.
I had my first chance to see one of these run at Ming last weekend and I looked kinda goofy as it carried the sponsons down the whole track. It just didn't seem right