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    I think its a pretty clean boat .

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    I was thinking the same thing,nice boat no doubt but kinda pricey huh??

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    Price is way high for today's market, I really like the look of the boat, it'd need at least 1,000 to get to 108 mph wouldn't it? He might be streching the truth a little bit here and there... what am I missing about this boat/post?

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    its nice, i agree with rod way too high priced, there are some things they did that i dont understand- like the mailbox looking registration #'s on the side of it, and the carpeting situation looks like its just a square that they threw in there.. idk it is pretty sano other than that though!
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    Its definitely a very nice looking boat! He probably has more invested in it, cant knock him for trying to get all he can!

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    Nice boat.Too much money.

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    Wife probably wants to sell it he doesn't!!!
    "look honey, no one's buying in this economy".

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    Can you make 1000hp with a 427/ 671 on pump gas?

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    Can you make 1000hp with a 427/ 671 on pump gas?
    That's a pretty tall order. I think he could have gotten a little wind under his typewriter when he started listing it.

    I agree, It's a pretty boat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blown540 View Post
    Can you make 1000hp with a 427/ 671 on pump gas?
    or hes dyslexic and forgot to type with a 200 shot of nos first

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    It's ebay and it's all true

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod56cars View Post
    Price is way high for today's market, I really like the look of the boat, it'd need at least 1,000 to get to 108 mph wouldn't it? He might be streching the truth a little bit here and there... what am I missing about this boat/post?

    Price

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    Quote Originally Posted by blown540 View Post
    Can you make 1000hp with a 427/ 671 on pump gas?

    Unlikely

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