|Looks like a pretty deep V in the hull...|
|Martiniuqe(SP) maybe. I know they had a deeper V than CC's did.|
|It doesn't look like a martinique to me... I dunno though. |
Post it on CorrectCraftFan.com, they'll be able to tell 'ya.
EDIT: On second thought, the Martinique might just be one of the only deep-v hulls CC ever made.
(Message edited by pwningjr on June 29, 2008)
|yah thats it martinique. can someone pronounce that please. just curious as to what this boat was all about back in the 80's i saw a real breif add on c-list one is for sale i the bay area. has anyone slammed one with ballest.???????? it loks like a 2001 up front and some crazy deep v old school supra in the back. its just crazy how much things have changed.|
|Found this... quite old but some people were talking about it. |
|Dang Bryan I know you just down sized the truck but my god, now the Bu? lol just kiddin.....I hope|
|that is not a Martinique. |
I am fairly positive that it is a Barefoot Nautique.
(Message edited by ttuclint on June 30, 2008)
|I agree - pretty sure this is an early Barefoot Nautique. 1980 or so. It has an odd windshield - perhaps aftermarket, or after tree smash of the original one. From the front I was going to say Mustang - but the back is very signature Barefoot Nautique vee. Looks like it's seen some custom work - windshield, rubrail, gelcoat/decals. How much? Could be a good option. EDIT: I did some checking on CorrectCraftFan and I still think BFN. |
(Message edited by juniorhawk on June 30, 2008)
that is similar to the excel, it will have a very mushy soft wake.
i have slammed my excel down with about 2500lbs of balast wake was fun but no means rampy like the newer ones.
i saw that on clist nice looking boat.
(Message edited by sanddragon2004 on June 30, 2008)
|that is actually an 80 marnautique. 19' direct drive closed bow. pcm drive train.|
|Love the leisure suit in the background of the brochure.|
|dont worry t-dub i was just trippin on that boat because i have never seen it before. i just thought i was pretty cool looking. i love learning the history behind the olde inboard boats.|