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    picked this up today from a guy behind where tommys old shop was in norco..he said tommy did all the pump work and built the motor..but its a old style pump(dont know all you could do with it)

    anyway i thought it was a biesemeyer jet when i got there he said daytona comp jet..blah blah blah....anybody reconize it from tommys shop in 2004
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    Doesnt look like a comp jet, but it is a Daytona

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    good looking boat.
    Quick question, do you ever drive any of these boats u buy, or do you just fix them up and sell them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blender over View Post
    good looking boat.
    Quick question, do you ever drive any of these boats u drive or do you just fix them up and sell them?

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    hey i may retire with this one and become a jetter instead of v-driver;
    but you guys wont let me come out and play.........


    and yes if i get one thats turn key i use it tell it sales ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blender over View Post
    good looking boat.
    Quick question, do you ever drive any of these boats u buy, or do you just fix them up and sell them?

    thats me 18 yrs ago
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouzer View Post
    picked this up today from a guy behind where tommys old shop was in norco..he said tommy did all the pump work and built the motor..but its a old style pump(dont know all you could do with it)

    anyway i thought it was a biesemeyer jet when i got there he said daytona comp jet..blah blah blah....anybody reconize it from tommys shop in 1994 95
    I just emailed the guy on this boat he said he sold it I figured you bought it haha.

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    me at elsinore SS77 ran about 95 mph


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouzer View Post
    picked this up today from a guy behind where tommys old shop was in norco..he said tommy did all the pump work and built the motor..but its a old style pump(dont know all you could do with it)

    anyway i thought it was a biesemeyer jet when i got there he said daytona comp jet..blah blah blah....anybody reconize it from tommys shop in 1994 95
    Mouzer, my understanding is that Sundown Marine purchased the Biesemeyer jet mold and produced them as the "Daytona Sprint".

    Give us the HIN prefix.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mouzer View Post
    me at elsinore SS77 ran about 95 mph

    cool, i wasnt trying to poke or make a funny, it was actually a legit question, i just always see you selling boats but never in any threads of actually using a boat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldsquirt View Post
    mouzer, my understanding is that sundown marine purchased the biesemeyer jet mold and produced them as the "daytona sprint".

    Give us the hin prefix.......
    wasnt that bob long
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    i came up with the origin being Sundown Marine inc 19791 beach blvd in huntington beach
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    thats the guy.....daytona boats from sundown marine..spent alot of time down there in the late 70's early 80's i beleive..god im old


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