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    any body know anything about these boats?

    21' Warhawk,


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    Jim is based out of Winfield Alabama, he has several molds. There are quite a few around here in our boating community. I would say it is equal to the CP out on the West coast as far as sales etc... Since all the gullwings are splashed from Youngblood molds anyways. Jim is a nice guy and it is a family run business. Here is his website.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    any body know anything about these boats?

    21' Warhawk,

    Copy/Splash of a Youngblood TX-20.
    Different cap, more room in the cockpit (wider between the gunnels).
    Last edited by Warp Speed; 04-03-2008 at 10:13 AM.

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    oops wrong place.. BTW Outlaw are you thinking you need another. Good lookin boat.
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    Maybe Outlaw wants to come out and do a little racing!

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    One family boat and one race boat!

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    NOT FOR ME..... a good friend is looking at it, or at having one built.

    I havent heard if they were a good design tunnel.

    Hell Cant I race my family cruiser???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    NOT FOR ME..... a good friend is looking at it, or at having one built.

    I havent heard if they were a good design tunnel.

    Hell Cant I race my family cruiser???
    Oh Yeah, you can race the family cruiser! In fact, I'm not sure I want to line up against that thing with the M3 on it!

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    I know a few guys out by me with Warhawk Texas Tunnels and they are very nice boats!
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    the warhawk boats are manufactured about 50 miles from where i live. the last time i saw jim was at the gadsden alabama race last year. he`s a nice guy and will do as he says. just pick the style hull you want, tell him what weight to make it and you`re in business. i own a youngblood tx-19 and a earl smith texas tunnel hull. i`ve checked out his copies of these hulls with a fine tooth comb and like all i see about them. the balsa inlays he can put in the floor looks fantastic.

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    mcderns, i see that you boat at blarney island. do you know john anderson? he`s got a red warhawk copy of a texas tunnel hull. i bought his original earl smith hull from him at the malvern arkansas race 4 years ago. it was a 265# hull and he wanted another hull like it only heavier. i bought the bare hull only. he pulled it back to chicago, stripped it and dropped it off here in mississippi on his way to get the new warhawk in alabama.

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    I know it's a damn good looking boat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Till View Post
    mcderns, i see that you boat at blarney island. do you know john anderson? he`s got a red warhawk copy of a texas tunnel hull. i bought his original earl smith hull from him at the malvern arkansas race 4 years ago. it was a 265# hull and he wanted another hull like it only heavier. i bought the bare hull only. he pulled it back to chicago, stripped it and dropped it off here in mississippi on his way to get the new warhawk in alabama.
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    Tell ole John i said hello and looking forward to racing with him this year. Bring your boat too.

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