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    Default 1995 21' Superboat Legend Check this out!

    Super clean
    509 Mercruiser Big Block Chevy
    Has a newer Mercruiser Bravo drive
    Engine has under 50hrs on it
    Balsa core hull has under 290 hrs total
    Mayfair full hydraulic steering
    New Livorsi gauges with GPS speedo
    Lenco trim tabs
    In-control foot throttle and shifter
    Original interior
    Full cover
    New cockpit cover.
    Original gelcoat
    Custom Stainless bow rail.
    Sitting on a galvanized 1994 EZ Load trailer with new tires.

    Fresh water use only....

    Runs a solid 85 mph on GPS speedo

    Asking $17,500 obo. 415-457-9389

    This boat belongs to a good friend of mine in San Rafael, CA. This is a badass boat that will run forever..Mercruiser reliability with some real grunt. And perfectly matched for the rough water we get to run in today..The boat looks brand new..just look at the pictures and it tells the story..

    These boats are built for action in the ocean on the left coast and most have not made there way to the right coast..so take advantage of a rare boat and go look at it.

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    RCL......very nice.....if only I was back to work.....definitely would get my son and I back on the water....should go quick....bummer for me.
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    Hey Lou, you need to ask Alex for a better description of right coast vs. left coast........perhaps make it a 'Daily Double'.......
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    Again, if I came across as a v-drive snob..I apologize,
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    Hey Lou, that's my buddy Dan Gatto's old 21', correct? It's SUPER CLEAN - Dan is a fanatic when it comes to the rigging and taking care of his boats. If it's as nice as it is in those pictures, then it is still in immaculate condition. GLWS, that's a really nice rig for the $$$.........
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    Those pics are like a month old...I do believe you are right on old owner..the boat was traded for a very expensive Schiada along with the Belmont I bought a couple months ago...I truly wish I had the money to purchase..to me it is the perfect boat for today's lake use..not too big but yet large enough to take the punishing water conditions...way cool...

    and Carl...East Coast built boat...is that better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattle Can Lou View Post
    Those pics are like a month old...I do believe you are right on old owner..the boat was traded for a very expensive Schiada along with the Belmont I bought a couple months ago...I truly wish I had the money to purchase..to me it is the perfect boat for today's lake use..not too big but yet large enough to take the punishing water conditions...way cool...

    and Carl...East Coast built boat...is that better?
    Yes, it is a real nice size/capable rig. Dan kept it up at his place in Lake Tahoe for years. Anyway, cool rig, I'll put out the word with the people I know around here...........
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    Awesome piece............
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattle Can Lou View Post


    These boats are built for action in the ocean on the left coast and most have not made there way to the right coast..so take advantage of a rare boat and go look at it.
    What? Superboat is located in Long Island, NY.

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    depends on where your standing...
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    any pictures of it in the water?
    that trailer is killing it for me.

    The boat looks very nice. I would like to see it with the cover off other than just head on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by VoodooCanoe View Post
    any pictures of it in the water?
    that trailer is killing it for me.

    The boat looks very nice. I would like to see it with the cover off other than just head on.

    Mr. Vood...I sent the owner your post and I'll see what he can come up with...I called him yesterday and we talked for 10 minutes about the trailer...it is East Coast all the way because of salt water possibilities...but God for the life of me I can't believe this boat is still for sale...He told me you can back this thing into a slot at the dock..he say's it's so smooth in operation and rides like your on a cloud...and 85 fricken mph..If I just had a roof to put over it...I would already own it...He will call me I'm sure...
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    I think its Mr Canoe...First name Voo, middle name doo, last name Canoe. So you should address him as either Voo or Mr. Canoe...
    Originally Posted by Rattle Can Lou
    Again, if I came across as a v-drive snob..I apologize,
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    Quote Originally Posted by CampbellCarl View Post
    I think its Mr Canoe...First name Voo, middle name doo, last name Canoe. So you should address him as either Voo or Mr. Canoe...
    its about time I get some respect! thanks Carl!
    I currenty have a 20ft jet for the family boat and I think its time it finds a different home. This looks like a sweet package.


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