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Old 05-12-2013, 05:52 PM
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I am currently restoring a 23 panga. Hoping it will be in the water in a couple weeks. I really want a 25, but I'm going to put a little time on this boat before I decide to restart my search for a 25.
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hey guys I am the new dealer for the Imemsa Panga In florida I have been in this business for a long time I have owned and been president of major boat companies. I know you all want the cheapest deal you can get. Richard Beck is the only importer of the boats in the USA. He has a good relationship with the Imemsa company owned by Yamaha. The boats that come into the US have to be serialized by an authorized US Coast Guard manufacture. Richard Beck at Panga USA brings the boats in and he serializes the boats so they can be titled in the US. You cannot try and buy a load of boats from Imemsa and title them in the US. It is not that simple. I get the boats from Panga USA and I install floors and consoles or whatever the buyer wants. I hope I have been a little help. thanks Roger
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Old 05-16-2013, 05:43 AM
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hey guys I am the new dealer for the Imemsa Panga In florida I have been in this business for a long time I have owned and been president of major boat companies. I know you all want the cheapest deal you can get. Richard Beck is the only importer of the boats in the USA. He has a good relationship with the Imemsa company owned by Yamaha. The boats that come into the US have to be serialized by an authorized US Coast Guard manufacture. Richard Beck at Panga USA brings the boats in and he serializes the boats so they can be titled in the US. You cannot try and buy a load of boats from Imemsa and title them in the US. It is not that simple. I get the boats from Panga USA and I install floors and consoles or whatever the buyer wants. I hope I have been a little help. thanks Roger
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Old 05-16-2013, 08:16 AM
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check tampa Craigslist.

not mine... http://tampa.craigslist.org/pnl/boa/3745144056.html
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Old 06-21-2013, 08:10 AM
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Morse, I have (2) 25' mexican panga hulls. 1 I know for sure is Imemsa, and the other is a little older. The older one already has a USCG hull ID# and is ready to go. Floor, cleats, front storage. They are both "real deal" mexican Pangas. I am in the process of building a new bigger panga and just took the motor and console off one of them this week. I will try to post some pictures, or send me an email and I will forward you some picture. We are looking to get around $3k per hull.
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Morse, I have (2) 25' mexican panga hulls. 1 I know for sure is Imemsa, and the other is a little older. The older one already has a USCG hull ID# and is ready to go. Floor, cleats, front storage. They are both "real deal" mexican Pangas. I am in the process of building a new bigger panga and just took the motor and console off one of them this week. I will try to post some pictures, or send me an email and I will forward you some picture. We are looking to get around $3k per hull.
Pm sent and email sent with phone number, I am interested.
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Old 06-26-2013, 07:43 PM
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Hello could you please send me the info to the panga 25 im interested
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I'd be interested in one of those hulls too if you had any pics.
What do they weigh after floor, console,decks, etc?
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I'm still waiting on the return pm regarding the 25.
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Old 06-28-2013, 05:43 PM
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Gringofish, very interested in a 25 panga hull.
Benhardj at gmail . com
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Old 07-04-2013, 03:13 AM
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Still waiting...
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Thanks guys. I originally watched the build thread on the one for sale. Said he spent a total of $9,000 or less to build it including the motor. He's asking a very inflated price. I wrote him asking if he would like to sell the hull and trailer and I received no response. I've been in contact with Richard Beck, and he's asking $7,700 for a new 25 hull. I've been told the boat can be bought from Imemsa for $4000, but they quoted me $4,700.
i was just quoted 14k for a 25 with a floor..and the guy in tx. doesnt know alot about boats...nothing against him but im gonna take my 14g and goto mexico and buy 3 with decks and consoles
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and folks they say you cant have a non american boat well trust me you can register it under a home built...so all you have to do is pay tjhe iv taxes and drive the 12 miles back ro the states
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check out the commercial section. Pangamarine is selling a 22.5 hull only for 5.5K.
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Old 01-07-2015, 08:20 AM
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there is guy in Summerdale , Alabama that brought 5 hulls in from Mexico

PM me if you want his #
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Old 01-07-2015, 08:23 AM
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You guys are likely preaching to the choir, and the post that ifly2cu replied to is 1 1/2 years old.
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hey guys I am the new dealer for the Imemsa Panga In florida I have been in this business for a long time I have owned and been president of major boat companies. I know you all want the cheapest deal you can get. Richard Beck is the only importer of the boats in the USA. He has a good relationship with the Imemsa company owned by Yamaha. The boats that come into the US have to be serialized by an authorized US Coast Guard manufacture. Richard Beck at Panga USA brings the boats in and he serializes the boats so they can be titled in the US. You cannot try and buy a load of boats from Imemsa and title them in the US. It is not that simple. I get the boats from Panga USA and I install floors and consoles or whatever the buyer wants. I hope I have been a little help. thanks Roger
hey im pretty sure that you can title it under a homebuilt...
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You guys are likely preaching to the choir, and the post that ifly2cu replied to is 1 1/2 years old.
yean my screename is now iveflown2cu
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Old 01-07-2015, 12:28 PM
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and folks they say you cant have a non american boat well trust me you can register it under a home built...so all you have to do is pay tjhe iv taxes and drive the 12 miles back ro the states
and if im not mistaken you are called a distributor for imemsa...well what i want to know is why you are able to be the only dealer in florida...and then you want to charge 14k for something that cost 5k
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Old 01-07-2015, 01:22 PM
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I plan on going to get Matamoros to get me a panga in about a month or so. It seems pretty easy. The place that has them is pretty close to the border.
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