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    Wife and I have ALWAYS wanted an original Conquest TopCat deck. Dual-helm setup, not the II. Why? Because to us, it's the nicest looking deckboat out there and performs as well as it looks. It just fits us.

    My Sleek will probably be our first AND last boat, as we couldn't ask for anything more. Especially storage. Holy cow, these things have storage for days.

    The wife told me I could get an OuterLimits, if I wanted. She says those are pure-sex running across the water. I have to agree. That's definitely her FIRST pick, if money were no object.
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    I would go east coast style. love the sunsation 288 or 32 mid cabin with twin small blocks
    now all i have to do is talk the wife into selling the cobalt
    Look in the mirror before passing judgement !!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LAVEY jr. View Post
    There's one in the showroom calling your name!
    Sure, rub it in... I'm about 3 years out, then I'll come see ya
    I'd agree with you, but then we would both be wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by 28Eliminator View Post
    Sure, rub it in... I'm about 3 years out, then I'll come see ya
    Sounds good, looking forward to it!

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    I like the size of what we have now. I would like to go for a ride in the new 22 foot Domn8er. Saw it on the beach at DS and I like it a lot.

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    21'-25' Daytona style boat with twin outboards. Never had one but always liked the look. Eliminator, DCB, KMG all would work for me.

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    DCB F29 with Merc600's would be ideal (I love that motor in the boat I have now).

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    Im leaning towards a 21'-22' closed bow with a big block... injected.. headers... I/O or V-drive with a triple axle. Something right-hand drive is preferred, but not limited to that. Older cruiser will work... mid 90's Cole Superhawk, Howard Cruiser, Schiada, or a Hallet Vector. Something with an engine cover... rear bench (poker run style seating)... Something relatively stock with low hours.

    Pretty specific huh?
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    Im almost in the market. Selling my rollbar boat.

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    Going against the tide....

    Roll bar boat... Malibu Wakesetter 24 with built in balast and the Wedge

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