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    Anyone ever been in one or have any pics of one?

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    there were a few down at Hidden Shores / Yuma back when we went there. One open-bow with twin 2.5's. KILLER boat, but the open bow is pretty much useless. Very shallow and small. I wouldn't put anyone in front while driving. Even the owners said they wouldn't do it again. Mach22's are a great choice, but not so much if your wanting mucho room. There are a few good deals on here for twin 22's right now. I had a single 300X mach22, and would have another in a second.
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    Thx Tob; Have you ever been in a new 22 Daytona with a single outboard? It looks more condusive to an open bow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliminate25 View Post
    Thx Tob; Have you ever been in a new 22 Daytona with a single outboard? It looks more condusive to an open bow.

    YES, sat in a new Eliminator 22 last time I was at the factory looking at the new 28 Speedster. The new Daytona fills like a much larger boat then the Mach22. DO YOU HAVE TO HAVE a open bow? if so, you may want to look at some of the 22ft ultra decks.. pretty kick butt family ride. Also, if you dont mind the colors and / or want a project before summer... there was one of the first Mach22 built available down here in San Diego. Has a 300pm on the back, really out dated colors. BUT you could make it an open bow, repaint the hull and have a trick boat for WAY less then anything new. San Diego Eliminator had it forsale last time I saw it advertised. Last time I saw it forsale, I think very very low 30's or mid to high 20k's would buy it... cheap fun, and could be PIMP when done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOBTEK View Post
    YES, sat in a new Eliminator 22 last time I was at the factory looking at the new 28 Speedster. The new Daytona fills like a much larger boat then the Mach22. DO YOU HAVE TO HAVE a open bow? if so, you may want to look at some of the 22ft ultra decks.. pretty kick butt family ride. Also, if you dont mind the colors and / or want a project before summer... there was one of the first Mach22 built available down here in San Diego. Has a 300pm on the back, really out dated colors. BUT you could make it an open bow, repaint the hull and have a trick boat for WAY less then anything new. San Diego Eliminator had it forsale last time I saw it advertised. Last time I saw it forsale, I think very very low 30's or mid to high 20k's would buy it... cheap fun, and could be PIMP when done.
    Did you check out the 22 at sd elim? Cheap fun? I am CHEAP, ya know.... I

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROZ View Post
    Did you check out the 22 at sd elim? Cheap fun? I am CHEAP, ya know.... I

    thats the one I was talking about. I looked at it forsale before we built our 22. The colors are REALLY BAD! But for the right price it could be really cool after a re-paint and new interior.
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