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Old 02-28-2006, 01:17 AM   #1
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2005 FOUNTAIN 38 TE, 38' 0'' 2005 with triple 250xs motors. Boat used less than 6 months - less than 100 hrs on the engines. This boat is fully loaded. dual Raymarine 120's, radar, vacuflush toliet, outriggers, everything. Not a scratch on it. Trailer worth over 12K included from extremetrailers. Brand new cover worth over 2200.00 also included. This boat was used in a tv show and for a few commercials in Los Angeles, it is extremely clean and covered. Owner fished on it 3 times... Need to sell fast. $187,000. Will deliver anywhere in the US. email for more info - scott.gurney@verizon.net












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Old 02-28-2006, 07:50 AM   #2
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what a fishing machine....I'll ask my dad if we could sell our house! beautiful boat...good luck selling her!
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Old 02-28-2006, 12:29 PM   #3
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just think of all the fish you would catch and not have to buy at the market. You'd save a ton of cash there! Just do a lot of "drift" fishing.
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are you the producer of the monster shark tourny?
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I'm not in the market, but can the vinyl graphics be removed? Seems to me that may hurt the value, but maybe not?

I bet that full cover weighs a ton, but sure does keep the boat in nice shape. Good luck with the sale.
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I'm not in the market, but can the vinyl graphics be removed? Seems to me that may hurt the value, but maybe not?

I bet that full cover weighs a ton, but sure does keep the boat in nice shape. Good luck with the sale.
I believe they come off...not sure if it will help or hurt
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Old 02-28-2006, 06:25 PM   #8
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I would also like to know about removing the graphics and that crazy extension on the rear of the trailer.Looks like that would cause problems loading and unloading the boat.

What is under the "wrap"

EDIT: I just looked again at the pic and noticed the release pins on the back of the trailer.
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I don't think you would want to back that trailer into the brine anyway. If you did, I'd want to wash is down asap. Guess a lift is the preferred method.
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can we ALSO remove the strange neon two-piece covers on the three crew members?....COMPLETELY unecesary if you ask me...?
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Old 02-28-2006, 10:37 PM   #11
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I'm pretty sure this is the scott gurney the executive producer of "Shark Hunters" on OLN.

but i guess i could be making a mistake, well I thought i made a mistake once, but i was wrong..

Anyways, I like the boat. I wish i wasn't poor
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Old 02-28-2006, 11:27 PM   #12
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If someone buys the boat in the next 2 weeks (from today) I'll donate $1000 to The Hull Truth website!!!!!!!

To answer a few questions...

it's a basic white hull under the sticker - the sticker/wrap covers the entire boat.

The extension swings open behind the motors and goes flush to the side of the trailer - it's basically a guard to protect the motors. It is very well balanced and is very easy to load/unload boat.
here's the trailer process -
prep process includes washing every trailer with a phosphate etching acid that rinses oil and grease - inhibits rust, resists corrosion, and creates maximum possible absorption for the primer — insuring the highest quality, high-gloss paint finish.
They sand, prime, sand again, and spot with a filler primer. full enclosed, climate controlled, dust free paint booths — every trailer is finished in a high-gloss polyurethane that resists chipping and fading. extremetrailers.com is the site.

boat also has salt and fresh washdown (used twice). Taco outriggers - never used. CD player with a ton of speakers all over the boat.

Also, yes I produce Shark Hunters and a few other outdoor shows. But I don't want to get into a discussion about that (feel free to email me though).

A great site The Hull Truth!!! I'm surprized a big boat or motor company doesn't buy this site... My Space sells for 40Mil. The hull truth should get a least half that!!!
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btt
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Which lowers are on the engines
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cruise4000
4500
5000
How much fuel does she hold
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Old 03-11-2006, 10:47 PM   #15
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420 gallon tank - not sure about the lower units but I've been told they are the "better ones" to have for saltwater - whatever that means. The boat will do 55mph and get 1.2 MPG at that speed. It will do 70MPH top end with 300 gallons of gas and 4 guys and seas under 3 ft. It is faster than my wife wishes to go but sometimes I just smile and say sorry... It's a solid boat.

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btt great price...this should sell quick...
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