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    For all you Mirage lovers in the NW: http://www.king5.com/video/featured-...d=213726&shu=1 I really never liked the boats. Too heavy but ok for the ruff stuff.
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    Looks like mirage wont be arround for much longer!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patyacht View Post
    For all you Mirage lovers in the NW: http://www.king5.com/video/featured-...d=213726&shu=1 I really never liked the boats. Too heavy but ok for the ruff stuff.

    Typical DCB owner…. j/k I love my '95 Mirage but as you say “the weight”. I can get 70 mph, but that’s it. That is the only reason I’m looking to upgrade.

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    Figured I get a rise from someone. Go see Jason for a Fastech.
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    I've been looking for a quality used Daytona Eliminator. Trying to justify a $65K - $70K boat for our three month boating season. Don't know if that makes a ton of sense!!!

    -RS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirage View Post
    I've been looking for a quality used Daytona Eliminator. Trying to justify a $65K - $70K boat for our three month boating season. Don't know if that makes a ton of sense!!!

    -RS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frequent Flier View Post
    Best three months of the year
    You are correct, when its 80-85 degrees in the NW, there isn't a better place on earth...

    However, I attempt to mix in a golf game, and RV travel along with boating. There is a lot to do in that three month period...

    -RS

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