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Old 11-15-2009, 05:47 PM
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We used Dupont's Imron MS600 Marine Flag blue. Same paint they use at the factory although they tend to use Deep Ocean Blue more prominently. Silver boot stripe is Ms600 Metallic Silver. The pictures don't give it justice, absolute mirror finish. First picture is decent representation but shadowed so not perfect. Second is just after spray. Following that was sanding, rough buffing, fine buffing then foam pad polish. Excellent paint albeit very expensive.
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Veeeerrry nice
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You will not be disappointed! Everything what has already been said, no need to say anything else.
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to answer your questions about offshore use...my son runs to the egde every chance he can in a 289cc. the boat is set up for hardcore fishing, 2 live wells and a massive fwd macerated fishbox, no fwd seating and just a pure killing machine...loved her so much just repowered with 2009 f250b's
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Old 12-27-2009, 01:06 PM
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that middle picture is killer
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Old 01-06-2010, 06:48 PM
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intrepids are beautiful boats, used to have a 35 with 250 yamahas (saltwater series II) boat was amazing. I am friends with the the owners of R&R, the ***** family up in boca raton, fl
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PMurray, are they still bldg the R&R's? Was looking at the 33 in Lake Boca a couple weeks ago.
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from what i heard, nothing is being produced right now, was the 33 sitting on a lift at a house on the north side of the lake?
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Yup, they told me it was for sale.
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Old 01-07-2010, 08:54 AM
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cnthings, that is the owner of R&R's house, Steve Roy is the guys name, Dr Steve Roy to be all correct. Has a few patents on things, so he bought a boat company haha. He has a BEAUTIFUL Garlington, and they used to have a Glasstech 36.
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Hey just curious going to Miami boat show how much$$$ base price on new 40cc have guy who has made a sweet cash offer on my 377 and now got me thinking. BTW was'nt even considering selling , but hey if he is willing to pay
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The conch is a good boat...its no intrepid. some of my good friends in fla were absolute nuts over the conch until they rode the intrepid (27 conch vs. 28 intrepid) the said it was literally night and day! I heard the new 40 cc was just humiliating the other boats in the slop at the lauderdale show...
cnthings...whats good man? hows the rig? see you out on the edge this summer...if you can keep up!...haha
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Here is an article from Boating Magazine about the 40CC:
http://www.boatingmag.com/boats/fish...center-console
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Eric-- that you? Whats up -- boat looks great. Hows the new power? That night pic is cool. Didnt get out as much as I would have like last year( 120hrs for season ), ill have no prob keepin up new boat hits 55-56kts -- its just gettin time to get out there! Glad ur still likin it-- my 300 is set almost the same, long as there makin em only boat ill buy.
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awesome chris, yeah. def gonna tuck behind you a few times this summer. new power, real happy! boat runs nice in the slop with the added weight. ill get in touch with you when it warms back up around here. spent a year in fla with her...it was excellent!
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