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    Junior Member ThorazineShuffle's Avatar
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    Default Looking for a V-Drive

    I just don't want to drive to the west coast to buy one. If anyone knows of one in this area let me know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by One More Year View Post
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    Thanks Sanger Rat. I just sent him pix! Raider

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    A v-drive ...................flatbottom, hydro, ski boat, day cruiser ???

    I made a thread in the middle of the page of the Sanger flat I saw at Torch lake mi. a month ago. I have some pics of it too.

    In the area ? where would that be for you ?

    I heard Skeeter Fogger talking about selling his 18' Hallett ski boat.

    Twin Turbo 1800 HP V-Drive lake boat

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    I would sell my runner bottom with or without the mill. 76 COLE TR2 BLOWN ALKY 525 CHEVY. Ask anyone thats seen it, it`s in nice shape

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    ya just painted it what.... 2 or so years ago?
    why would you want to sell it

    well if someone wants to buy it, I looked at it at gun lake earlier this summer and that boat is immaculate!
    If I had the funds, and wanted a v-drive that would be a great boat to buy fo sho!

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    Default 21'Rayson Craft

    I have a 21' Rayson Craft 454 Powered, 72C velvet drive, 500c Casale split case on trailer in Western New York. Very solid hull good gel coat. all original. Needs new interior. Will let go cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unchained View Post
    A v-drive ...................flatbottom, hydro, ski boat, day cruiser ???

    I made a thread in the middle of the page of the Sanger flat I saw at Torch lake mi. a month ago. I have some pics of it too.

    In the area ? where would that be for you ?

    I heard Skeeter Fogger talking about selling his 18' Hallett ski boat.

    Sorry about that. I'm open as far as hull type. I'm just looking for a HotRod... Location Indianapolis IN

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