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    Default ?? 20 ft.Bredella tunnel hull

    Anyone know anything about 20 ft Brendella tunnels, its a 82 model. How do they ride? Whats the speed potential, does it have a flat keel? Thers one for sale up here but a drive to get to it so was trying to find out all I can before I consider it. Pump has been set back also. Thanks.

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    Is it a Picklefork Tunnel? If so, know 'quite a bit' about them.

    Pictures would help, if you can get some.

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    Yes. thanks

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    Check your PM's.

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    Is this one located here in Nampa? If so I went and looked at it. Orange in color, 1982.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oldelmn8tr View Post
    Anyone know anything about 20 ft Brendella tunnels, its a 82 model. How do they ride? Whats the speed potential, does it have a flat keel? Thers one for sale up here but a drive to get to it so was trying to find out all I can before I consider it. Pump has been set back also. Thanks.

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    Ya thats the one, he drug it up here to Washington. What did you think??

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    Default Brendella

    I think you would need to drive that boat before you could form an opinion. It was different than any tunnel pickle I had ever seen. Pump was set back but not a split bowl. Trailer was in good shape. I think the bottom was a flat keel like the older Daytonas. Who knows on the motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldelmn8tr View Post
    Anyone know anything about 20 ft Brendella tunnels, its a 82 model. How do they ride? Whats the speed potential, does it have a flat keel? Thers one for sale up here but a drive to get to it so was trying to find out all I can before I consider it. Pump has been set back also. Thanks.
    Are you kidding me? First you're thinking about joining the tunnel riffraff up here and then to rub salt in an open wound, it's a Brendella...... Get after it. I wanna see it in the water since I can't swing it and we sure dont want it going south on I-5.....

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    Here is one in Michigan. Havn't seen it in person yet. http://www.performanceboats.com//showthread.php?t=6021
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    The only blab's I will even be a part of is just when it is me they are talking about. Aaaah yes I can see a few good looking shiny tall deck motors on the beach, with barely enough fuel to get back to the launch saying, "Holy crap how fast you think that Daytona was going man? That's like the 20th time he's gone by today?"

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    Thats the boat - just picture it in orange

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    Here is one in Michigan. Havn't seen it in person yet. http://www.performanceboats.com//showthread.php?t=6021

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