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Old 07-19-2019, 03:04 PM
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I have a 1987 stratos that I just bought and I can not for the life of me find the model of the boat and it would be really useful to know. If you could help me out that would be great.
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Your pink slip should say what it is.
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Originally Posted by Nick Triumph 215 View Post
Your pink slip should say what it is.

Alot of times the title or MSO will not state the model, just the manufacturer, length, weight and hull material.
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What is the length of the boat?
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Need a picture
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Originally Posted by Brezinup View Post
What is the length of the boat?
Apparently 19 foot. But I will never know that if I dont have a model or I can go out with a tape measure.
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Originally Posted by duke460 View Post
Need a picture
For some reason it wont let me upload a picture
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click the picture icon
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not enough posts....need 10 i think
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I had a 1980s era Stratos CC and from what I remember the model was a 2000 and it was 20’ long. I believe they just used numbers to identify the model....so in your case it would be a Stratos 1900CC.
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Originally Posted by KIMDer View Post
not enough posts....need 10 i think
You are correct, but the software is funny about that as it will allow some members with less than 10 posts to upload pictures, and some not. I asked IT about it once and they could not give me a definitive answer as to why some members can, and some can not.
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Look under the ‘Quest’ name as well. I have a Quest thats titled as a Stratos 227 CC that also wore a Four Winns decal, the late 80s and early 90s seems to have a lot of blurred lines.
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I'll im you and you can email me the pic if you want

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You are correct, but the software is funny about that as it will allow some members with less than 10 posts to upload pictures, and some not. I asked IT about it once and they could not give me a definitive answer as to why some members can, and some can not.
You can become a paid member and post pics with less than 10 posts.
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Does a "Like" count as a post?
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This is otherwise fairly useless, but it does list 1987 model lines and lengths:
1987 Stratos Boats Series
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Originally Posted by Jbadler1597 View Post
Apparently 19 foot. But I will never know that if I dont have a model or I can go out with a tape measure.
And the reason you can't use a tape measure is.......?

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