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Greg Guimond
03-19-2011, 04:28 PM
For someone who might want a larger hull, this is a Team Warlock 28 World Class. These hulls are a 24 degree V right to the transom and are a low profile boat that can easily be piloted in a seated position. Very cool looking and not many out there with the narrow beam. The ad below might be one of the worst written of all time so who knows if the boat really has 1,000HP but depending, it could make a cool project for someone who runs big water and wants something unique.



Dealer Information Coastal Marine Center - Nokomis, FL (http://www.boats.com/sites/skyvalley11) LocationContact Information
350 Buena Vista Drive
Nokomis FL United States 34275


Call Coastal Marine at 888-459-0227 or email sales@cmcboats.com for more information.




With twin Chevrolets 960HP intercooled turbo World Class Engines, trim tabs, docking lights, full covers, fuel tank, halon system, fuel water separator, rear bench seat, dual captain's chair w/ bolsters, V-berth, sofa w/ sleeper, AM/FM w/ cassette, comes with trailer and much much more... Make offer!!!




ONE OF THE OUTDRIVES IS BROKEN. Boat offered AS IS. - TM 28

Greg Guimond
03-20-2011, 09:32 AM
Took a closer look at the ad, unclear if this is a 27 or a 29 footer. Team Warlock in 1989 built both a 23 and a 28 foot World Class and when I look at the seating, I'm kinda thinking this is actually a 28 World Class but you would have to get a centerline measurement to be sure if the dealer can actually find a tape measure :wink:

Greg Guimond
12-20-2011, 08:54 AM
And here is a super clean example of a 28. It is actually a Team Warlock 28 World Class Offshore. Single engine, narrow beam, 24 degree sit down V. This thing is amazingly clean. I have the 1987 23 Offshore and they are amazing boats that you never see on the East Coast.

1989 28' OFFSHORE ULTIMATE WARLOCK - $19500 (BRONSTON, KY)

Date: 2011-11-21
Reply to: sale-dwzbn-2714071857@craigslist.org
1989, 28' Ultimate Warlock for sale. This is a cigarette style high performance boat manufactured in California. It is powered by a 548 professionally built by BES in Indiana. It dynode at over 700 Horsepower and 700 pounds of torque. The boat runs mid 70's. The outdrive is a Imco SC and has Imco hydraulic assist steering. This boat and trailer are in excellent condition. The engine has approximaterly 50 hours on it since being professionally built by BES and the Imco outdrive was gone through approximately 40 hours ago. The long cuddy provides ample storage and has enough sleeping room for between 3-4 people. Contact Herb at Allboats Marine at 606-561-6331 for additional photos and information and thanks for looking.

Greg Guimond
12-20-2011, 09:55 AM
I am amazed at what you can get these days for $20k. This hull has been in inside storage for 9 years and is freshwater use.

BUIZILLA
12-20-2011, 10:17 AM
BES builds some unbelievable engines, their power is for REAL, great product,

Greg Guimond
12-20-2011, 10:30 AM
BUIZILLA, with that mill do you think breaking 70 GPS is possible?

BUIZILLA
12-20-2011, 10:55 AM
i'd be shocked if it didn't..... Bischoff builds engines that make REAL power... I would confirm the pump gas realm of acceptance though

20k for this rig makes all of our good 22's look like 10k rides at an amusement park

biggiefl
12-21-2011, 12:50 AM
You trying to ruin the market for us or what? :beer:

lars
12-21-2011, 03:02 AM
Greg, after this I think You better consider $750 for You Donzi!

It's going to be hard for me to sleep after this :frown:

Greg Guimond
12-21-2011, 06:41 AM
Guys, guys....$750 or $7500, what is several grand amongst friends especially when you have the only one ever built :wink:

Now, Team Warlock's are pretty unique, yet unknown, hulls. I spoke to the selling broker and he said the owner is very anal about his stuff. Buizz, he said it runs on pump 91 but if you are going to hammer it put 93 in. I'm glad it is the 28 and not the 26 or it would be in my garage next to "The Mule" and I would have two pieces that I enjoy and are worth less then I paid like all boats!

Btw, the price is actually $18,500! How much is the IMCO worth? Trailer is in great shape too.
:tase:

Wait, here is another Team Warlock 28 World Class with even bigger power for sale!

1989 TM Warlock 28' 960HP twin intercooled turbo big block World Class, 90mph+. This boat was custom built for William Pennington the Casino magnate of Circus Circus fame by Team Warlock founder/boat builder/racer Tom Stolarz in cooperation with Kiekhaefer Aeromarine with no expense spared, true one of one performance cuddy. Engine recently, boat was run twice since and put in heated storage till this March. Includes rebuilt replaced SSM III drive running fast and free of problems. Boat has been stored inside, never been in salt water, only ran at Lake Tahoe CA/NV. New batts and fresh fuel, started and checked this March,.Two owners. Beautiful one of a kind, built as performance pleasure craft with cuddy, all top speed equipment and parts, full cover, tri axle with mags. Partial list includes Kiekhaefer Aeromarine trim tabs and trim, Steermaster power steering, Rajay twin turbos, Race Aero intercooler, dual 850 holly double pumpers, VDO guages, Fire Boy halon system, all Earl steel braded and colored hosing, Cole hersee batt switching, edelbrock and moroso, highly polished engine parts and way too much more BEAUTIFUL Boat and motor, with tri axle trailer. The engine alone could cost 50k to build today. Contact Billy Frenz (frenzyyy@optonline.net?SUBJECT=28 TM Warlock) $29,000.

zelatore
12-21-2011, 11:19 AM
"dual 850 double pumpers"

....damn....:eek:

Conquistador_del_mar
12-28-2011, 01:20 AM
And here is a super clean example of a 28. It is actually a Team Warlock 28 World Class Offshore. Single engine, narrow beam, 24 degree sit down V. This thing is amazingly clean. I have the 1987 23 Offshore and they are amazing boats that you never see on the East Coast.

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Greg,
The blue Warlock 28' from Kentucky is coming here to Texas after I made the deal today. I owe you one for pointing it out - :yes: I kept looking at it until I convinced myself that it would make an even better cruiser for my wife and myself than the Martini. After I get a chance to check it out, I will post how well I like it. It will have to be a clean, stable, and great running rough water boat before I let go of the Martini though. Thanks again, Bill

olredalert
12-28-2011, 10:21 AM
----And the fleet grows!!!! Congrats!.......Bill S

Greg Guimond
12-28-2011, 11:23 AM
"Greg,
The blue Warlock 28' from Kentucky is coming here to Texas after I made the deal today. I owe you one for pointing it out - :yes: Thanks again, Bill "


Bill, I could not be more happy that you bought that Warlock. It sounded from the broker that it is in truly fine shape and I know that they had just dropped the price a bit to boot so it sounded to me like a fantastic deal based on what Buizilla said about the motor. How do you think it will rank on the 1-10 scale based on the brokers description? Nice to see it end up "in the family"! You will never see another one in your waters that is for sure.

Now, on how it will compare to the Martini 25 that will be a VERY interesting set of posts that I will take a keen interest in. Tom Stolarz built those early Team Warlock's to be narrow beam low gunnel hulls. My 1987 Team Warlock 23 World Class Offshore has a 6'6" beam so it'll be interesting to see what beam the 28 carries. The hulls also have some bow beak that helps sheer a heavy sea but they are a low profile boat for a 24 degree deadrise hull. I think it may be a sit down hull if I'm not mistaken. Please post a bunch of pics when you can. Here is my 23 which actually measures 23'6".

Conquistador_del_mar
12-28-2011, 01:23 PM
Bill, I could not be more happy that you bought that Warlock. It sounded from the broker that it is in truly fine shape and I know that they had just dropped the price a bit to boot so it sounded to me like a fantastic deal based on what Buizilla said about the motor. How do you think it will rank on the 1-10 scale based on the brokers description? Nice to see it end up "in the family"! You will never see another one in your waters that is for sure.

Now, on how it will compare to the Martini 25 that will be a VERY interesting set of posts that I will take a keen interest in. Tom Stolarz built those early Team Warlock's to be narrow beam low gunnel hulls. My 1987 Team Warlock 23 World Class Offshore has a 6'6" beam so it'll be interesting to see what beam the 28 carries. The hulls also have some bow beak that helps sheer a heavy sea but they are a low profile boat for a 24 degree deadrise hull. I think it may be a sit down hull if I'm not mistaken. Please post a bunch of pics when you can. Here is my 23 which actually measures 23'6".

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Greg,
I am hoping I can drive it while standing, but after looking at the helm again - it might be marginally high enough - hard to tell. I can't tell if the seats drop out or not. The back seat and sundeck look huge and the cabin is fairly long and wide. I talked quite a bit to Herb who convinced me that I will not be disappointed in the boat's condition. Apparently it is nearly mint so I am guessing 8 or 9. I know I will have to deal with some gauges on the passenger's side which are no longer being used after a blower motor was removed. If the exhausts are about 33" apart, then I figure the beam to be about 8.5' from the picture he sent. I look forward to getting it here soon. I was relieved to find out they winterized it with anitfreeze and he volunteered to fire it for whoever came to pick it up. I was a little disappointed to find out it has single ram external steering instead of dual ram. The prop is a 26P Bravo 1. Yes, I will post more about it after getting it in hand and taking it out. Bill

Greg Guimond
12-28-2011, 02:09 PM
Here it is underway..........

Ghost
12-28-2011, 02:31 PM
Congratulations, Bill!! Looks like a great ride.

Conquistador_del_mar
12-28-2011, 02:36 PM
Thank you guys. I wonder what it weighs? It sure looks to run flat. Bill

scippy
12-28-2011, 09:24 PM
Congratulations Bill,.......looks like comfortable sweet ride......are you moving the cig 36' out or are you keeping her?

Conquistador_del_mar
12-28-2011, 11:49 PM
Hi Skippy,
When I can find the time to finish some work on the Cig, I will be selling it. I finished installing a new floor in it, but I need to do the floor covering, upholstery, and other work on it first. Right now all my time has been spent on the Donzi 23' fishing boat, but I am getting it done soon. Bill

Greg Guimond
12-29-2011, 07:42 AM
You may be right on the 8.5' beam but I'll guess it is less. These hulls do run fairly flat. The deadrise on the bow is super steep so you normally drop the snout and let it eat. Time to start a new thread in the when you get the rig in. I'm really wondering how it will stack up to the Martini.

Here is a post from an owner of a 26 that shows the model years .........


01-23-2011 03:52 PM
h2oracer (http://www.performanceboats.com/members/h2oracer.html)

Originally Posted by Ultra26 # 1
What years did Warlock make a 26 World Class? BTW, Warlock had some interesting ways of mounting trim tabs.

1. Mine is a 91 26. The second wave World Class V bottoms came in a 26' and 28'. Not sure when they made the change to a 27' and 29'. My boat doesn't have tabs and with the stock power I had in it I didn't see a need for them. I'm currently putting more power in it so my opinion on the tabs might change.



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Conquistador_del_mar
12-29-2011, 11:26 AM
I will definitely start a new thread when I can add some pictures and more information with some comparisons. I am really looking forward to seeing it in person! Bill

Greg Guimond
12-29-2011, 07:43 PM
You might be right on the beam, here is one with dual's..........

1990 Warlock 28' (lake havasu)Date: 2011-11-27, 1:48PM MST
Reply to: sale-kde6e-2723265254@craigslist.org (sale-kde6e-2723265254@craigslist.org?subject=1990%20Warlock%2 028'%20-%20%2425000%20(lake%20havasu)&body=%0A%0Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fmohave.craigslist.org%2Fbo a%2F2723265254.html%0A)
28 foot 1990 warlock

-454 built to 502's
-IMCO exhaust
-Bravo 1 outdrives
-New amps, subs and speakers
-CD changer
-new 90 gallon fuel tank
-New gauges
-new trim indicators
-Chrome valve covers
-New starters
-new impellers
-Hydraulic power steering
-New throttle cables
-New trim tabs and steering wheel

Asking $25,000 or best offer, also considering trades for property email for pictures and more info, includes trailer

Greg Guimond
04-06-2014, 08:09 PM
You might be right on the beam, here is one with dual's..........

1990 Warlock 28' (lake havasu)

Date: 2011-11-27, 1:48PM MST
Reply to: sale-kde6e-2723265254@craigslist.org
28 foot 1990 warlock

-454 built to 502's
-IMCO exhaust
-Bravo 1 outdrives
-New amps, subs and speakers
-CD changer
-new 90 gallon fuel tank
-New gauges
-new trim indicators
-Chrome valve covers
-New starters
-new impellers
-Hydraulic power steering
-New throttle cables
-New trim tabs and steering wheel

Asking $25,000 or best offer, also considering trades for property email for pictures and more info, includes trailer

This 1990 Team Warlock 28 Offshore has just re-surfaced for sale after 3 years hiding in Havazoo. It has twin BBC's and the new price is ........... $35,000 :eek:

Greg Guimond
04-30-2014, 09:37 AM
Thank you guys. I wonder what it weighs? It sure looks to run flat. Bill


You may be right on the 8.5' beam but I'll guess it is less. These hulls do run fairly flat.

Here is the sistership Team Warlock 28 but this one is set up for twins. Looks like a project, yikes! Convert it and put a 300 ETEC or 300XS wacker on the backer :yes:

Greg Guimond
05-07-2014, 11:15 AM
For someone who might want a larger hull, this is a Team Warlock 28 World Class. These hulls are a 24 degree V right to the transom and are a low profile boat that can easily be piloted in a seated position. Very cool looking and not many out there with the narrow beam. The ad below might be one of the worst written of all time so who knows if the boat really has 1,000HP but depending, it could make a cool project for someone who runs big water and wants something unique.



Dealer Information Coastal Marine Center - Nokomis, FL (http://www.boats.com/sites/skyvalley11)
350 Buena Vista Drive
Nokomis FL United States 34275
Call Coastal Marine at 888-459-0227.

With twin Chevrolets 960HP intercooled turbo World Class Engines, trim tabs, docking lights, full covers, fuel tank, halon system, fuel water separator, rear bench seat, dual captain's chair w/ bolsters, V-berth, sofa w/ sleeper, AM/FM w/ cassette, comes with trailer and much much more... Make offer!!! ONE OF THE OUTDRIVES IS BROKEN. Boat offered AS IS.

This 1989 Team Warlock 28 Offshore with turbocharged twin I/O's just re-surfaced for sale after two years. First priced at $30k now the price has been lowered to ......... $25,000. Probably could be bought for $10k :blub:

Greg Guimond
08-26-2014, 08:18 PM
This 1990 Team Warlock 28 Offshore has just re-surfaced for sale after 3 years hiding in Havazoo. It has twin BBC's and the new price is ........... $35,000


Four months later and a major price drop on this 28 with twins. First it was $25,000 back in 2011. Then it was $35,000 four months ago. Then yesterday re-posted for $20,000 :blub:

Greg Guimond
03-31-2015, 07:53 AM
This 1990 Team Warlock 28 Offshore has just re-surfaced for sale after 3 years hiding in Havazoo. It has twin BBC's and the new price is ........... $35,000


Four months later and a major price drop on this 28 with twins. First it was $25,000 back in 2011. Then it was $35,000 four months ago. Then yesterday re-posted for $20,000


1990 Team Warlock 28 Offshore. The only 28 for sale in the country currently. Has a 90 gallon tank. First it listed at $35,000, then last year dropped to $20,000. Now it is listed for $18,000 ........ :blub:

Carl C
03-31-2015, 08:37 AM
It is truly amazing how used boat prices have tanked. I could get into a 38 ZR with 525s for what I have into my 22 Classic. :(

Greg Guimond
06-16-2015, 08:29 AM
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Just on the market is an extremely clean 1989 Team Warlock 28 Offshore. This one is running big power twins and GPS'd 86mph. Asking price is .......... $38,500
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Greg Guimond
01-24-2016, 08:57 AM
.Just on the market is an extremely clean 1989 Team Warlock 28 Offshore. This one is running big power twins and GPS'd 86mph. Asking price is .......... $38,500

This twin engine Team Warlock 28 Offshore just got re-listed with a price drop to $30,000 :blub:
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*1989 28' Warlock World Class *
* High performance offshore boat, 28 feet, beam 92 inches, bottom 24-degee deep-V.
* Engines was upgraded from Chev. 454 to Mercruiser 525SC engines n 1999, installed Crower hyd. roller camshafts and custom cyl. head work by Wes King Racing.
* Also added IMCO Powerflow exhaust manifolds with Gibson clamp-on muffler.
* Mercury outdrives are Bravo One with IMCO shower caps, IMCO hyd. dual ram steering and power trim Kiekhaefer K-Planes, custom Power Tech 4 blade offshore props help keeps the Warlock under control
* Single electric hatch acturator open custom built engine hatch w/scoops, dual batteries group 24 and automatic Halon fire system, bilge pump, bilge blower, automatic battery changer, 90-gallon fuel tank, etc.
* In the cabin are a seven-foot V-berth and two facing lounge seats ( four feet in length) with porta-potty compartment, Bomar deck hatch, etc.
* Dashboard has white anodized panel, VDO white faced gauges with red anodized bezels, depth finder, compass, mechanical trim/outdrives gauge, etc.
* Boat includes Competitive triple-axle trailer.
* Bimini top ( removeable)
* The Warlock can handle any river waterways and lakes extremely well, smooth to 2 1/2 chops.
* See attached pictures, if you have any questions or more pictures, you may contact me at my e-mail, yippi427@yahoo.com

Price is $30,000 or make offer or trade for Corvette or muscle car, chevelle, Camaro, gto, etc?: