Our boat with a little history is on the market at the wrong time, you get a buy! key on this link:
Yes, yes, and yes, plates have been water cut with both historic racing numbers. I just finished them for Burley to make it pretty for Paul as well as alot of other cosmetic fixes. At 5600 and 15s it runs consistant 79.9s. Boat handles rough water very well and turns on a dime. Robin and I hate to part with her but we are done racing. It won two Championships with her driving, Jerry has video.jerk r those matching seats or r they 2 diff styles....i might know of a potential buyer
just less motor ?
motor plates included ?
Yes, I see your point and heres your question: Why hide a diamond, isnt it supposed to be shown instead of hidden in a jewelry box,or colored with pretty pearls & flake, or in your case, a dusty garage. Taken out, I assume, once a year for wash and wax or a RARE spin around the pond when it was created to be race boat and raced! I dont get it, why have jewelry and not wear it or a b-boat and just brag about having one?! I'm not saying everyone does, but it sure seems to be lots around here!
APBA Vintage flat class can be run NOW or Endurance or better yet get a jet boat, they are cheap and you wont ding the prop. Sorry jet folks, you have a great Comp jet class, better than Nostalgia flat. You rock!
Aw there I go again preaching to the choir who wear tons of jewels and buy lots of clear coat base coat and climate controlled shops! And their boats sit.
I forgot, Jullian said his old b-boats should be in a rest mode......he never meant them to last so long or still be racing. Maybe they should sit! Safer! And at the price some of them bring, investments like b-s or diamonds should stay in protective boxes!
Our boat was used and being well built and HEAVY, its ready for the same use by someone else. Race it or speed scare your friends. Sure the j-drains leak some and it's hard to dock but you cant find a better all around boat for the price, even at a hock shop, or at your famous RIVER.
A Lavey has a one of a kind shape and bottom that makes them fast and manuverable. A narrow transom and lots of rocker front to back and side to side. Dont take my word for it, ask some of the Champions from the 70s.
They are a kick to drive and I am proud to say, I raced one. They are NOT for everyone especially uncordinated idiots!