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    Does anyone have a 19' CP that they want to trade or know of anyone that might want to trade. I have a 1981 Daytona less motor and stack tanks. Just throwing it out there. This is a light hull. Im looking for a CP so I can still run hard but able to put a family in it, pack it full of beer and sit at the sand bar. Just a more versatile boat. Just throwing it out there.
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    you just got that thing done ...
    Makes me wish i had a extra cp laying around
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    I know I love it too. I just wish it was a little heavier. Im still going to drive it and use it. Never know maybe a nice cp will come up or ill eventually sell the daytona and go get a cp. Im just feeling the waters

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    Whats it got for pump internals, and what do you think it weighs? Any bottom work?

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    Also i take it that you want a lake boat lay up? Not a 450lb cp?

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    Your going to regret it Dave!!!lol Just learn how to drive and you wont have any problems!! hahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by lupo1904 View Post
    Also i take it that you want a lake boat lay up? Not a 450lb cp?
    450 sounds like a lake layup to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by papaletch4130 View Post
    Your going to regret it Dave!!!lol Just learn how to drive and you wont have any problems!! hahahaha
    I might regret it, might not who knows

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    Quote Originally Posted by lupo1904 View Post
    Whats it got for pump internals, and what do you think it weighs? Any bottom work?
    hey chris. The pump has a stainless impeller, droop, FTN insert, new intake with ride plate and shoe. Im not sure about the shaft. Brand new loader. The boat probably weights in the 400lbs range not much more and not much less. The bottom has work done to it. It has a rounded keel with a spoon. it has calgo steering, carbon fiber front buckets, fiberglass rear bench, brand new black tweed interior, new full length rail kit, all mechanical gauges, 3 bilge pumps, all stainless lines, stainless dumps, the trailer is top notch. Fully boxed red powder coat, pin striped. Low pro tires, led lights. I would like a CP in the same condition at least and something a little on the heavy side. Like maybe 550-600 im not sure what a heavy 19 would be. Im just looking now and if the right one comes along then we can deal, if not I will keep the Daytona,

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    Right on Dave hope you find what your looking for.

    HB: im not trying to thread jack or disrespect Dave in anyway but that is a hole nother thread we can start an argument about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HBInHeat View Post
    450 sounds like a lake layup to me

    450lb 19' gullwing a lake layup? Which lake? Lake Ming?
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    buddy of mine has a 19 ft cp awsome cond less motor for 9k i will givem a call and see if he wants a daytona
    may i ask what value you put on yours less motor..and am i correct your keeping the stack tanks..that might be a deal breaker


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    God Damit Dave, don't do it!
    Man I wish I had the coin to take it off your hands. Considering My new found single status, I don't need room for more than a +1

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    maybe I didn't see it or missed it, but since you are wanting more room I assume you are looking for a 19 GW vs the 18... If so, 450 would be a light lay up IMO...... maybe not as bad in an 18, but definately light in a 19....

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