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Greg Guimond
03-02-2013, 07:31 PM
I should open a Warlock dealership. Here is a 2002 29 World Class with a rare Mid-Cabin Open Bow layout and the 415HP 502MPI .............."$29,000 must sell fast"....I likey!

2002 ONLY 230 HOURS ON THIS IMMACULATE BOAT. 502 MAG MOTOR ALWAYS SERVICED BY ABSOLUTE SPEED AND MARINE. BRAVO 1 OUTDRIVE, TRIPLE AXLE COMPETITIVE TRAILER ALL REDONE PAINT AND BUNKS. BOAT HAS ALWAYS BEEN GARAGED AND IS A GREAT VALUE AT ONLY 29K, ORIGINAL OWNER. COVER AND 2 BIMINI TOPS INCLUDED. MUST SELL FAST 949-290-7317 BRIAN Location: LAKE HAVASU

Greg Guimond
03-03-2013, 07:07 AM
Does not say what year but I would think it's a 1998............$32,500

29' Warlock former world Championship winning Factory-one race boat. 500HP and turn-key bullit proof motor. She will seat 5-6 persons. I can't list everything
but if you call 407-436-4571 I can explain every inch of this boat. She drives from planeing to wide-open better than anything I have driven. This boat will hit 80mph and feel like you are in a limosine, what ever the conditions are. Your whole family will feel safe at all times. If you are a real shopper forget the e-mails just call. I will reluctantly let her have a new home for $32,500 She cost $140,000 when new. The paint job and motor alone are $40,000 The price is a steal as she is in impecable condition. One look/ride and you will either buy her or dream about her forever.


Location: south florida Posted: 2013-03-02, 10:01AM EST

Greg Guimond
03-03-2013, 07:21 AM
The business end of things .............

Greg Guimond
03-03-2013, 08:03 AM
Here is the 2003 Warlock 29 World Class that was listed back in 2012 coming back onto the market ............$45,000


2003 Warlock - $45,000 (Oklahoma city)

29 ft warlock world class with 575 merc. 750 hp. Brand new blower shop blower. New axles on trailer. Boat Gps at 84 mph. Very clean boat inside and out. Please call 405-412-3461 and talk to blake

Greg Guimond
03-14-2013, 05:00 PM
Here is a 1999 World Class 29 that just listed with a Whipple 502 for $46,980 ............92mph :eek:


2011 complete makeover. Mint condition. Hull is a 1999 that looks new. 3M Vinyl wrap with clear coat. Trailer wrap to match. Carbon Fiber silver and carbon Fiber orange interior. Gaffrig Gauges complete with 120 mph GPS speedometer. Complete IMCO hydraulic steering. K-Plane trim tabs. Drop down bolster seats. Cuddy cabin. New black cockpit cover. Dual batteries. Impressive stereo.

BRAVO XR Drive. Stainless Bravo One prop

Mercury 502 MPI with Dart heads and CMI E-Top Stainless Headers. Whipple supercharger. Mild package at 650hp.

Boat runs 92 mph on GPS. So steady your Grandmother could drive it.

Warlock World Class 29' step bottom hulls are known to be one of the best 29' boats in smooth or rough water. Warlock 29' World Class "Offshore Deep V" is the ulitmate blend of style, performance and race proven design. The step bottom design currently holds multiple championship titles in American Powerboat Racing Association factory series racing.

Feel free to contact me with questions at 847-four zero four-5975
Posted: 2013-03-14, 10:31AM CDT

Conquistador_del_mar
03-14-2013, 05:59 PM
Here is a 1999 World Class 29 that just listed with a Whipple 502 for $46,980 ............92mph :eek:


2011 complete makeover. Mint condition. Hull is a 1999 that looks new. 3M Vinyl wrap with clear coat. Trailer wrap to match. Carbon Fiber silver and carbon Fiber orange interior. Gaffrig Gauges complete with 120 mph GPS speedometer. Complete IMCO hydraulic steering. K-Plane trim tabs. Drop down bolster seats. Cuddy cabin. New black cockpit cover. Dual batteries. Impressive stereo.

BRAVO XR Drive. Stainless Bravo One prop

Mercury 502 MPI with Dart heads and CMI E-Top Stainless Headers. Whipple supercharger. Mild package at 650hp.

Boat runs 92 mph on GPS. So steady your Grandmother could drive it.

Warlock World Class 29' step bottom hulls are known to be one of the best 29' boats in smooth or rough water. Warlock 29' World Class "Offshore Deep V" is the ulitmate blend of style, performance and race proven design. The step bottom design currently holds multiple championship titles in American Powerboat Racing Association factory series racing.

Feel free to contact me with questions at 847-four zero four-5975
Posted: 2013-03-14, 10:31AM CDT

Greg,
That is a great looking boat with lots of expensive work already done. I have never seen graphics continue to the trailer like that - highly cool! Do you have any more pictures of it? Bill

Greg Guimond
03-14-2013, 07:19 PM
Here you go............

duckhunter
03-14-2013, 09:18 PM
These things are growing on me - cool boats.

How is the 500hp boat hitting 80, the 750hp boat in OK running 84, and the 650hp boat running 92?

Greg Guimond
03-15-2013, 06:54 PM
I have no direct experience with the 29 and I can't say if the 29 has the same pad as the 25 and 27 which would have a big effect on top speed. The 25's at 4,000lbs with a 496HO have tipped 77 with that 425hp. If it takes 10hp for every additional 1mph and you loose about 1mph for each 100lbs of added weight the math is telling you that 92mph might not be in the cards.

Here is "Screamin Eagle", a 2003 Warlock 29 that was a frequent winner on the race course around 2006 I believe. I guess it sold a while back in Florida with 500EFI power.

PRICE REDUCED !! Exceptionally Clean One Owner Boat. Professionally Rigged And Maintained. A Proven Winner By Holding Several Winning Titles Making It The Perfect Race/Poker Run Combination. The owner just had a COMPLETE NEW INTERIOR INSTALLED in the cockpit. The boat was just completely re-rigged. Trailer Available.
Mercury Racing 500EFI w/XZ Bravo, Bravo 4 Blade Prop, Hydraulic Steering, K-Planes, Battery Switch, Seafire Halon Fire Suppression, Gaffrig Gauges, Gaffrig Throttles, Intercom System w/Ship To Shore Radio, New Stereo, Depth Finder, Garmin 162,Cockpit Cover And Mooring Cover, Screaming Eagle Graphics Are Vinyl And Can Be Removed.

duckhunter
03-15-2013, 08:04 PM
I have no direct experience with the 29 and I can't say if the 29 has the same pad as the 25 and 27 which would have a big effect on top speed. The 25's with a 496HO have tipped 77-78 with that 425hp. If it takes 10hp for every additional 1mph and you loose about 1mph for each 100lbs of added weight the math is telling you that 92mph is not in the cards.

Yeah roger, I was just kind of noting the discrepancy between the three very similar 29s listed here with odd power to speed ratios. I guess at the end of the day it behooves the buyer to bring a GPS to validate top-end if it is important to him. No doubt these are pretty efficient hulls and neat boats overall. Seem to be very realistically priced as well.

Greg Guimond
03-16-2013, 01:57 PM
I'm burning time waiting to fly to CA and you got me to wonderin duckhunter. If the Warlock 25 World Class weighs 4000 would a 27 weigh 4500 would a 29 weigh 5000lbs? If the 25 WC does a best of 77mph with a 496HO then would that same motor in theory should push the 27 WC 5mph slower (72) and the 29 WC 5mph slower then that or 67 ?

Now assume that the 29 WC has the same pad design as the 25 and 27...........

So take the baseline of say 67mph for a 496HO/502 and build it back up for a 500EFI adding back in 80hp and 8mph and you are at 75mph for the 500EFI not the 80 being claimed. Now look at the 750hp 29 WC. If the baseline is 75 for a 500EFI then what does another 250 ponies buy you when the guy saying he has 650hp claims 92mph. My sense is that the 92mph claim is a little high and the 84mph claim is low only because the driver does not have the experience and cajones to use all 750 hamsters.

Now I will say that the pad on the 29 does not look the same as the 25 and 27.........hmmmmm :screwy::screwy:

Ghost
03-16-2013, 09:08 PM
Agreed, I'd say ALWAYS take a handheld GPS for a sea trial. If you don't have one and can't find one to borrow, it is probably worth buying one even if you never use it again.

Greg Guimond
03-16-2013, 09:31 PM
Agreed. Looks like Warlocks are safely 85MPH top speed in the 29 foot length. Hard to argue with that given 25 (Edit 3/22: actually 24) degrees of deadrise. Wave crushers and balls out fast.
Who else is making a 25 (Edit 3/22: 29 WC's are actually 24 degrees) V these days? :cool:

Greg Guimond
03-20-2013, 11:15 PM
Here is another 29 World Class that just hit the market.............$30k

1999 Warlock 29 World Class. 540 cu/in whipple supercharger, 766hp w/Bmax poker run drive, both recently rebuilt, excellent condition throughout, 2000 trailrite dual axle. call for details, $29,900 (518) 424-1896 Ballston Spa, NY

Greg Guimond
03-23-2013, 06:25 PM
Here is a 1997 World Class 29 that did not sell a year ago and now came back on the market. Someone who knows the math can run the numbers on an 850 HP motor and 34" prop to see if 100mph makes sense. These boats weigh 4,850lbs light on fuel. ............$42k

Up for sale is a 1997 ultimate warlock with a stepped hull, completely remodeled in 2004, with alarm, everything on this boat is custom including an Outerlimits interior. It has a fully built JC performance engine, Chevy big block 568ci, with supercharger, canfield heads, and dry sump oil pump, too many mods to list. Recently serviced. 850 hp motor with less than 200 hours. It also has a bravo XR drive with less than 10 hours, bought new not rebuilt. It is still under warranty. Huge k planes,The drive has a bravo 34" pitch worked prop. This is a 100 mph boat, gps verified (serious inquires only no joyrides). This boat is in showroom condition and has always been kept in dry storage. Trailer has a new axle just put on and all four tires are new, trailer is included. 42,000 obo Alex 786-282-0862

Ghost
03-23-2013, 06:31 PM
At 850HP I'd be interested in checking out the stringer grid and mounts for the motor.

Greg Guimond
03-23-2013, 07:24 PM
Agree. There is an interesting speed trend developing with these 24 degree Ultimate Warlock World Class 29 hulls that are for sale. Late 1996 would've been the first year for this hull.

Stock 502MPI spinning a Bravo One 26" making 415 hp................ 67 MPH..........$29,000
Stock 500 EFI spinning a labbed Bravo One 28" making 500 hp ......80 MPH..........$32,500
Blower 502 making 650 hp .................................................. ......92 MPH..........$46,980..........Sold 4-1-13
Blower 568 spinning a Bravo One 34" making 850 hp.....................100 MPH.........$42,000

Interesting when you consider smidgen too's comment on how hard they were to beat on the race course.

duckhunter
03-23-2013, 07:53 PM
Agreed. There is an interesting speed trend developing with these Ultimate Warlock World Class 29 hulls that are for sale. 1997 would have been the first year for the hull.

Stock 502MPI spinning a Bravo One 26" making 415 hp..... 67 MPH
Stock 500 EFI making 500 hp ..........................................80 MPH
Blower 502 making 650 hp ..............................................92 MPH
Blower 568 spinning a Bravo One 34" making 850 hp...........100 MPH

Interesting when you consider smidgen too's comment on how hard they were to beat on the race course.

That is an interesting roll-up of speed vs. HP. Seems plausible for an efficient 29' deep-v.

I guess the outlier is the boat in OKC with the blower shop 525 @ 750hp running 84? Maybe he's toting a REALLY big cooler? That or a little high on his hp estimate, which seems more probable.

Either way, these are awesome boats. Seem to be priced realistically as well. They're definitely on my radar for when mama and I are ready to graduate from the bowrider to a go fast.

Greg Guimond
03-24-2013, 05:45 PM
Here is the 2003 Warlock 29 World Class that was listed back in 2012 coming back onto the market ............$45,000


2003 Warlock - $45,000 (Oklahoma city)

29 ft warlock world class with 575 merc. 750 hp. Brand new blower shop blower. New axles on trailer. Boat Gps at 84 mph. Very clean boat inside and out. Please call 405-412-3461 and talk to blake

Looks like the 2003 Warlock 29 just dropped his price from $45k to $37k. :blub: That is a hefty reduction. Below is a brochure from late 1997. The boys liked to race 'em I guess.

29 ft warlock world class with 575 merc. 750 hp. Brand new blower shop blower. New axles on trailer. Boat Gps at 84 mph. Very clean boat inside and out. Please call 412-3461 and talk to blake Location: Oklahoma city

Greg Guimond
03-25-2013, 06:00 PM
Agreed, I'd say ALWAYS take a handheld GPS for a sea trial. If you don't have one and can't find one to borrow, it is probably worth buying one even if you never use it again.

I was wondering about the speeds of these Warlock 29's as well. The pad on the 29 is a bit different than the 25 and 27 I guess because the 1996 29 was the first model they built, raced, and experimented with. Pad looks to be almost flat and maybe 8" wide. 73mph with a 496HO is pretty sweet.

duckhunter
03-25-2013, 06:29 PM
I was wondering about the speeds of these Warlock 29's as well. The pad on the 29 is a bit different than the 25 and 27 I guess because the 1996 29 was the first model they built, raced, and experimented with. Pad looks to be almost flat and maybe 8" wide. 73mph with a 496HO is pretty sweet.

Pretty wild looking pad & hull layout. Obviously it works pretty darn well....

Ghost
03-25-2013, 07:28 PM
Interesting to see that close up of the bottom. I suppose that technically it's a deep V, but between the pad and those huge (can you call them strakes?), it seems like a good bit of it is very flat back there, at least near the transom. Explains some of the speed data. I bet the effective deadrise is more like 11 degrees at high speed when it's mostly up out of the water.

duckhunter
03-25-2013, 08:45 PM
I gotta get a good picture of the hull on my lowly bowrider. It's a 21deg deep vee between the strakes, with a 8 inch wide shallow vee pad extending from the step to the transom. I think it's pretty sexy for a floating party barge - definitely not a traditional runabout hull.

She doesn't have enough beans to get all the way up on the pad yet, but you guys better stand by for when I get this sucker running and propped right....:drive:

Greg Guimond
03-25-2013, 09:04 PM
Other guys with more experience on the site would know better but I believe that Delta Pad's and Steps were becoming very popular back in 1996. When conditions are snotty you benefit from the 24 degree deadrise because the hull is settled when running slower. If conditions allow, "kaboom" the hull step aerates and then pops up on that pad. It gives me 10mph extra on my 16 Classic, so I guess that same principle gave the Warlock's a pretty major speed advantage over other 29's back in the day. The pad shown below on a 29 is almost flat.

Greg Guimond
04-01-2013, 05:49 PM
Interesting to see that close up of the bottom. I suppose that technically it's a deep V, but between the pad and those huge (can you call them strakes?), it seems like a good bit of it is very flat back there, at least near the transom. Explains some of the speed data. I bet the effective deadrise is more like 11 degrees at high speed when it's mostly up out of the water.

The pad design certainly helps speed as does the serpentine step amidship. Probably very progressive for its day. Picture of step below.....

Greg Guimond
04-02-2013, 05:09 PM
The Warlock website write-up on the 29 WC ............

Ghost
04-02-2013, 05:12 PM
Hey, I swear that step underwater pic is used in a Regal ad...

Greg Guimond
04-02-2013, 06:22 PM
Correct, and gives a pretty cool look at what a step does to wetted surface I guess. Although once you are flying the hull is balanced on the pad for the most part. At least that is how mine works.

Ghost
04-02-2013, 06:51 PM
How is a "serpentine step" different from a regular one?

Greg Guimond
04-02-2013, 07:40 PM
Hell if I know, although it clearly dominated the race course and was 10mph faster than like powered V hulls back in the late 90's. Now I'm curious and will find out lol. Here is a good arial photo of a 29 Warlock mid-cabin open bow. Very useful pleasure layout.

Greg Guimond
04-02-2013, 07:44 PM
Greg, That is a great looking boat with lots of expensive work already done. I have never seen graphics continue to the trailer like that - highly cool! Do you have any more pictures of it? Bill

I guess you were not the only one who liked it Bill. That 92MPH 29 World Class just sold.........:drool: I suspect that it was close to the asking price as it was not around long.

Greg Guimond
04-03-2013, 03:55 PM
How is a "serpentine step" different from a regular one?

I'm on "the hunt for serpentine step October" but interesting that Pump it Racing is still competitive in 2013 with a 2000 Warlock World Class 29 although the hull evidently delaminated at some juncture. The picture below gives a pretty good look at the serpentine step location.

Pump It Offshore Race Team has been together for 18 years now and still going strong. For 2013 we are running a 29' Warlock in OPA Class 5 powered by a Vortec Racing Engine. Visit us at: pumpitoffshoreraceteam.com (http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.pumpitoffshoreraceteam.co m&h=VAQEMXHrh&s=1) or follow us @Pump_It_Racing "Racing is a hobby, not a job, and we don't feed our families by racing. Our race team is about having a good time doing what we love, caring and giving back to the community and charities!" Pump It Race Team has been around for 18 years. We are known for our racing in the P5 class in Sarasota, FL; St. Petersburg, FL and the World Championship in Key West, FL. We have raced in Morehead City, NC; St. Clair, MI; Cambridge, MD; New Orleans, LA; Chattanooga, TN; Destin, FL; Daytona Beach, FL; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Ft. Myers, FL; Marathon, FL, Islamorada, FL; Panama City Beach, FL; St. Cloud, FL. This is a Father-Son race team which consists of the Driver: Mikey Dacey and Throttleman: Joey Dacey and the Back-up Driver/Throttleman: Eddie Ferris.

Description - Boat: 2000 29' Warlock World Class Engine: Vortec V8 Drive: Imco Upper/2" Sporty Lower

Conquistador_del_mar
04-03-2013, 08:35 PM
I guess you were not the only one who liked it Bill. That 92MPH 29 World Class just sold.........:drool: I suspect that it was close to the asking price as it was not around long.

Yep, that was really nice boat so I am not surprised that it sold quickly.

Ghost
04-03-2013, 09:48 PM
You sold me Jonesy, well done on serpentine step spy photo. Now I see what it means.

Greg Guimond
04-05-2013, 06:40 PM
Like I said, hell if I know why it was so dang fast but here is a more complete description of the "Serpentine Step" design ........

Greg Guimond
04-06-2013, 05:03 PM
Looks like Spring is really bringing out the sellers. Here is a 2004 fresh water World Class 29 for $40k


in very nice condition. very well kept. all original setup with 4000$ sound system. fully maintained. step hull . 588 ci 600hp INNOVATION MARINE 600 dpx motor setup internal cooling. trailer included. never ever seen salt water, not once. 182 hrs. never sat in water ..always dry stored . in superb condition. turn key boat. 80 mph. very high quality build boat. 2 owners since new. documented owners. one from lake havazu ,arizona 2004-2010. 2010-2012 ottawa.
Boat Price: 39,999.00 Boat Location: montreal, quebec

Greg Guimond
04-18-2013, 09:23 PM
You sold me Jonesy, well done on serpentine step spy photo. Now I see what it means.


It's all about the step!

Greg Guimond
04-27-2013, 08:45 PM
Here is the 2003 Warlock 29 World Class that was listed back in 2012 coming back onto the market ............$45,000


2003 Warlock - $45,000 (Oklahoma city)

29 ft warlock world class with 575 merc. 750 hp. Brand new blower shop blower and chiller. 100 gallon tank. Dual external steering. New axles on trailer. Extreme advantage XR drive. Boat Gps at 84 mph. Very clean boat inside and out. Please call 405-412-3461 and talk to Blake

This 2003 started at $45,000.......$37,000......... now $35,000.........:blub:

Greg Guimond
04-27-2013, 08:54 PM
And a pic of the 29 Warlock race boat that I believe rchevelle71 crewed on back in the day............

Greg Guimond
05-03-2013, 10:29 PM
An early picture of yet another Warlock 29 race hull that won a lot of races. This boat won the 1995 Championship which makes me wonder if the "29" World Class might have been built as early as 1995?

Edit 6-8-13: The article attached is from Powerboat Magazine's January 1996 issue and reports that What's Instore won the 1995 Championships. This would confirm that the first Warlock 29's were actually Ultimate Warlock 29's and were built sometime during 1995 right about when Tom Stolarz sold Team Warlock to Carter Reed. That first hull did not have the Serpentine Step and was a pad bottom 24 degree V. If you look closely at the photo you see there is no step on What's Instore.

Greg Guimond
05-03-2013, 10:32 PM
And here is a picture of a 1996 with twins as well as a 2007 29 WC. Looks like they had a full 10 year run.

Greg Guimond
05-03-2013, 10:36 PM
And yet another 29 Warlock on the race course...........

Greg Guimond
05-03-2013, 10:41 PM
It looks like a 1996 Ultimate Warlock 29 World Class just popped on the market. This is interesting as it has twin 454MPI's unlike all the others that have singles. Also, this early build does NOT have the serpentine step. It turns out that the single step was added to the 29 in 1997, and for two years before that, 1995 and this 1996 that just came up for sale were just pad bottom 24 degree hulls..........$30k

1996 29' warlock world class - $30,000

im selling my 29' warlock world class, boat has twin 454 mag mpi engines 770hp, 375hp each, bravo 1 outdrives with showers, 100 gallon tank, dual ram hydraulic steering and hydraulic steering at the helm, hydraulic trim tabs, captains choice exhaust, very nice boat, It comes with a set of 24 and 28 pitch bravo props, sitting on a 2006 triple axle trailer, great boat im gonna keep it unless someone with cash gives me what I want, give me a call 626-340-6244

Greg Guimond
05-27-2013, 03:38 PM
A 29 World Class for sale in Georgia.........$35k. If this is a race hull then it was fully cored from the factory. Pretty hard to find a single owner race boat.

Greg Guimond
05-27-2013, 06:55 PM
The business end of the boat for sale above.........

Greg Guimond
06-04-2013, 05:56 PM
I should open a Warlock dealership. Here is a 2002 29 World Class with a rare Mid-Cabin Open Bow layout and the 415HP 502MPI .............."$29,000 must sell fast"....I likey!

2002 ONLY 230 HOURS ON THIS IMMACULATE BOAT. 502 MAG MOTOR ALWAYS SERVICED BY ABSOLUTE SPEED AND MARINE. BRAVO 1 OUTDRIVE, TRIPLE AXLE COMPETITIVE TRAILER ALL REDONE PAINT AND BUNKS. BOAT HAS ALWAYS BEEN GARAGED AND IS A GREAT VALUE AT ONLY 29K, ORIGINAL OWNER. COVER AND 2 BIMINI TOPS INCLUDED. MUST SELL FAST 949-290-7317 BRIAN Location: LAKE HAVASU

This 29 World Class that was first listed on 3-02-13 is still for sale three months later at the same price of $29,000. Unusual to see the mid-cabin layout in a 29 WC.

Greg Guimond
06-15-2013, 11:48 AM
Here is a new listing for a Warlock 29 with big power at what seems like a price that is too good to be true........$22k

The link ..........http://tampa.en.craigslist.org/hil/boa/3836615109.html

And the description ...........

Warlock 29 world class f1.
This is one of a handful of actual race lay up boats!
Not a production boat.
These boats were built to take a beating. They set record after record and still win races today.
This boat was converted to pleasure use in 04 and has nothing but the best equipment/power available.
It has been set up for comfortable speed and efficiency.
Balsa Core.
Billet 572 approx 750+hp
Cmi headers
Playboy cabin
Full flotation
Solid floors
Comm system
Throttle man station
280k planes
Mechanical gauges
T style custom tank for precise c.g
Blue printed bottom
Bravo x diesel drive
2in shorty imco sport master lower.
This boat is a multiple time world champion boat. Not much has been made that can beat it.
It will outrun and is stabler in the water then most boats 10 feet bigger.
90+ mph in the chop.
This was a fresh water boat most of its life. About 15 hours salt use.
The motor has about 10 hours on it. Same with drive.
Call or text 678-925-2872
Thanks

duckhunter
06-15-2013, 08:16 PM
That is a killer boat. You're right about the price.

Greg Guimond
06-24-2013, 08:06 PM
Agree Duck, something is crazy for $22k. What is a Bravo x diesel drive and why would someone have one on a race boat?

Greg Guimond
06-30-2013, 09:02 PM
I have never seen a 2007 Warlock 29 World Class. Mid-Cabin Open Bow with 650 ponies.............$55,000

Greg Guimond
07-11-2013, 10:57 PM
Another 29 Mid-Cabin Open Bow ...........$45,000 :embarasse

Greg Guimond
07-15-2013, 07:44 PM
Here's a new listing for a 2000 Closed Deck 29 with a Whippled 500EFI ............$55k

Greg Guimond
07-19-2013, 07:56 PM
Here is a 1997 World Class 29 that did not sell a year ago and now came back on the market. Someone who knows the math can run the numbers on an 850 HP motor and 34" prop to see if 100mph makes sense. These boats weigh 4,850lbs light on fuel. ............$42k

Up for sale is a 1997 ultimate warlock with a stepped hull, completely remodeled in 2004, with alarm, everything on this boat is custom including an Outerlimits interior. It has a fully built JC performance engine, Chevy big block 568ci, with supercharger, canfield heads, and dry sump oil pump, too many mods to list. Recently serviced. 850 hp motor with less than 200 hours. It also has a bravo XR drive with less than 10 hours, bought new not rebuilt. It is still under warranty. Huge k planes,The drive has a bravo 34" pitch worked prop. This is a 100 mph boat, gps verified (serious inquires only no joyrides). This boat is in showroom condition and has always been kept in dry storage. Trailer has a new axle just put on and all four tires are new, trailer is included. 42,000 obo Alex 786-282-0862

Back on the market. $42,000 down to $37,000 .......:blub:

Conquistador_del_mar
07-21-2013, 03:28 AM
I have never seen a 2007 Warlock 29 World Class. Mid-Cabin Open Bow with 650 ponies.............$55,000


This one ended up at Legend from Pottsboro where I live - only about an hour away, but a higher asking price now. http://www.offshoreonly.com/classifieds/2007_warlock_29-o52652-en.html

Greg Guimond
08-04-2013, 09:46 PM
Here's a new listing for a 2000 Closed Deck 29 with a Whippled 500EFI ............$55k

This 2000 Warlock 29 is set up with sit down seating. Price drop from $55k down to $50k :blub:

Greg Guimond
08-11-2013, 07:06 AM
It looks like a 1996 Ultimate Warlock 29 World Class just popped on the market. This is interesting as it has twin 454MPI's unlike all the others that have singles. Also, this early build does NOT have the serpentine step. It turns out that the single step was added to the 29 in 1997, and for two years before that, 1995 and this 1996 that just came up for sale were just pad bottom 24 degree hulls..........$30k

1996 29' warlock world class - $30,000

im selling my 29' warlock world class, boat has twin 454 mag mpi engines 770hp, 375hp each, bravo 1 outdrives with showers, 100 gallon tank, dual ram hydraulic steering and hydraulic steering at the helm, hydraulic trim tabs, captains choice exhaust, very nice boat, It comes with a set of 24 and 28 pitch bravo props, sitting on a 2006 triple axle trailer, great boat im gonna keep it unless someone with cash gives me what I want, give me a call 626-340-6244

This 1996 with rare twins just went back on the market with new white gel coat ...........$40,000

lars
08-23-2013, 07:01 PM
Haven't been on the forum for a little while, but saw the scam craigslist ads on the 'F1 Warlock 29. Here's the real deal and as You know this boat was doing really well in F1 racing and even gave Bob Christie in his Team Scarab 26 F1 AleHouse a run for the money. This boat's coming about was supervised by legendary racer Peter Dean of Propco Propellers. Here's a link to the ad and a few photos of Mr. Dean etc.

NO RELATION TO THE ADVERTISER>

Ad Link: http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/boa/4020786901.html

CL atlanta otp north all for sale / wanted boats - by owner
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2001 World Class 29 warlock - $35000 (Lake Lanier)

Here is a very nice 29 warlock world class built in 2001 new as an APBA F1 race boat, there is 235 hours on hull but only 30 hours on the rebuilt HP500 engine and Bravo One outdrive. the hull is blue printed and the boat has been impecably maintained and always stored inside. this is a very fast boat that runs in the low 80's and includes lifting straps and nice steel trailer. the bolster and cockpit cover is an insert and can be remove to install a standard style interior or put her in the water and go racing tomorrow. boat is located in Gainesville, GA on lake Lanier just north of Atlanta. feel free to ask any questions. The Boat loves rough water. Great poker run boat. Serious inquires only.. I am not interested in putting my boat at a brokerage.

Brian
678.614.919777071

Greg Guimond
08-28-2013, 10:07 PM
This 1996 with rare twins just went back on the market with new white gel coat ...........$40,000

This Warlock 29 which I suspect is early enough to not have a step has a lower price ...........$32k :blub:

Greg Guimond
09-04-2013, 08:03 PM
Early 1996 with twins and no step. First $40,000, then $32,000, and now listed at $30,000 ...........:blub:

duckhunter
09-05-2013, 08:14 AM
Early 1996 with twins and no step. First $40,000, then $32,000, and now listed at $30,000 ...........:blub:

This thing is begging for a killer vinyl wrap or some custom paint. Blank canvas....

Greg Guimond
09-17-2013, 10:19 PM
Here is a 1996 Ultimate Warlock 29 that just listed. This boat is fully cored and has a race heritage. $33,500

Greg Guimond
09-17-2013, 10:25 PM
And here is the factory race ad for the exact same boat .............

Greg Guimond
09-19-2013, 09:19 PM
Another 29 Mid-Cabin Open Bow ...........$45,000

This 2000 Open Bow Mid Cabin seller just raised his price from $45,000 to $49,500 :eek:

Greg Guimond
10-01-2013, 08:53 PM
Not often that you see two Warlock 29's in the same ad. A 1996 and a 2007 100% verify that the model had at least a 10 year run.

Greg Guimond
10-03-2013, 06:43 AM
This 1996 Ultimate Warlock 29 Offshore clocked 83mph with a 540 is now looking for "all offers" against a $33,500 ask. A fully cored hull with 24 degrees of deadrise. Seems like a lot of boat for someone at $30k or less.

Greg Guimond
10-23-2013, 08:18 PM
This 2000 Open Bow Mid Cabin seller just raised his price from $45,000 to $49,500 :eek:

First $45,000, then up to $49,500, now re-listed at $46,500 :blub:

Greg Guimond
11-01-2013, 06:29 PM
Here is a new listing for a 2010 Warlock 29 Closed Deck with a 496HO and a Triple Axle trailer ..........$59,900

Greg Guimond
11-09-2013, 04:22 PM
I haven't been on the forum for a little while. Here's the real deal and as you know this boat was doing really well in F1 racing and even gave Bob Christie in his Team Scarab 26 F1 AleHouse a run for the money. This 29 Warlock's coming about was supervised by legendary racer Peter Dean of Propco Propellers.


lars always has the background. This 2001 Warlock 29 World Class with HP500 is still on the market. Fully cored race hull on this one.

Greg Guimond
03-02-2014, 08:08 PM
A new listing for a 2003 Warlock 29 ............ $45,000

Greg Guimond
04-08-2014, 08:31 AM
Here is a 1996 Ultimate Warlock narrow beam 29 Euro with a 540. The seller has no idea what they are selling evidently. No steps and no pad, just 24 degree V. Priced at $28,000

Greg Guimond
04-15-2014, 09:25 AM
A new listing for a 2003 Warlock 29 World Class with the mid cabin open bow layout, serpentine step, and a 496 priced at ............ $35,000

duckhunter
04-15-2014, 11:11 AM
A new listing for a 2003 Warlock 29 World Class with the mid cabin open bow layout, serpentine step, and a 496 priced at ............ $35,000

That's a lot of boat for the money, although the 540 boat for $33k was probably a better deal. I may need to start blocking your posts...

Greg Guimond
04-15-2014, 11:26 AM
The only thing with these early 2000 Ultimate Warlock's and Warlock's is the left coast tribal flame gel coat treatment. Many of them see to have it, just not my cup of Warlock.

duckhunter
04-15-2014, 12:13 PM
The only thing with these early 2000 Ultimate Warlock's and Warlock's is the left coast tribal flame gel coat treatment. Many of them see to have it, just not my cup of Warlock.


Yeah roger. I don't have a bunch of Ed Hardy t-shirts or a fake tan, and I don't spend 45min every morning getting my little goatee "just right" and manscaping my sack, so I can't do the flames.

The plain white 29 on the previous page would be cool for a vinyl wrap or some raceboat graphics, but it had twins.

One of the reasons I'm kinda partial to these things is that they're good runners on a single. I'm not ready to step up to twins yet. There's a lot to be said for one engine to feed & maintain and not having to use forced child labor to reach the spark plugs.

I like the 25+ foot, MCOB, deep v, 75+mph on a single, and that seems to be a tough combo to find outside of the left coast.

Greg Guimond
04-24-2014, 03:13 PM
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Fresh on the block today is this 1997 Ultimate Warlock 29 World Class closed deck with a big power 502 with a blower and a new Bravo XR drive. 100mph and easy on the checkbook at ........... $34,000

Greg Guimond
05-01-2014, 10:10 PM
Fresh on the block today is this 1997 Ultimate Warlock 29 World Class closed deck with a big power 502 with a blower and a new Bravo XR drive. 100mph and easy on the checkbook at ........... $34,000

Wow, 7 days later and a price drop. First it was $34,000 now you can go 100mph and it's even easier on the checkbook at $30,000 :blub:

Greg Guimond
05-03-2014, 10:03 AM
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Heads up, this 100mph Ultimate Warlock 29 closed deck is moving in the right direction for a Florida buyer. Started two weeks ago at $34,000, then two days ago $30,000, now today marked down to $28,000 :blub:

Greg Guimond
06-04-2014, 10:34 PM
A new listing for a 1995 Ultimate Warlock 29 World Class. Could be one of the first 29's out of the mold .............. $35,000

Greg Guimond
06-21-2014, 10:04 PM
An early picture of yet another Warlock 29 race hull that won a lot of races. This boat won the 1995 Championship which makes me wonder if the "29" World Class might have been built as early as 1995?

Edit 6-8-13: The article attached is from Powerboat Magazine's January 1996 issue and reports that What's Instore won the 1995 Championships. This would confirm that the first Warlock 29's were actually Ultimate Warlock 29's and were built sometime during 1995 right about when Tom Stolarz sold Team Warlock to Carter Reed. That first hull did not have the Serpentine Step and was a pad bottom 24 degree V. If you look closely at the photo you see there is no step on What's Instore.


Here is a 1996 Ultimate Warlock 29 that just listed. This boat is fully cored and has a race heritage. $33,500


And here is the factory race ad for the exact same boat .............


This 1996 Ultimate Warlock 29 Offshore clocked 83mph with a 540 is now looking for "all offers" against a $33,500 ask. A fully cored hull with 24 degrees of deadrise. Seems like a lot of boat for someone at $30k or less.

This Ultimate Warlock 29 World Class race boat has now been re-classified as "built in 1994". That solves the mystery of when the first hulls were built. Carter Reed started the Ultimate Warlock line with the 29 footer. The deck actually offers less cabin room than the 27 foot model. It was a low deck race design. This 1994 would be the very first 29 built for APBA race duty. Light layup, cored hull, and extra bulkheads. The very first 29s do not have the step or the pad, that came later. The seller has had this for sale for a year now and just dropped his price to .......... $29,500



Description:



This 29 world class was built in 1994 to be Warlock's first A-1 class race boat. Her blue printed hull is balsa core and vacuum bagged, is super light non production model. She has had a recent interior job to make her a luxury go fast. In 2013 a new 540ci 629hp-612trk on dyno, hood scoop, Imco dual ram steering system, upgraded bravo drive and a 5 blade prop. She has hit 83mph and could do more with perfect conditions. The stereo has 3 JL amps, 2 13in subs, 6 focal speakers, to rock your brains. She is truly a one of a kind, a must see, needs nothing, turn key. I have more pictures if you inquire. Will Consider Trade Plus Cash for a Motorcycle/Car/Truck





Ad Number:
53241





Price:
29,500





First Name:
Scott





Last Name:
Tiernan





Company Name:






Company Website:






Phone:
949-698-8916





Phone 2:






City:
Newport Beach





State:
CA





Year:
1994





Length:
29





Model:
world class

Greg Guimond
06-22-2014, 09:45 PM
I have never seen a 2007 Warlock 29 World Class. Mid-Cabin Open Bow with big ponies.............$55,000

Nice price drop on this 2007 Warlock 29 with a 525 EFI in Texas. Started at $59k ..... then $55k ..... now $50,000 :blub:

Greg Guimond
07-22-2014, 08:27 AM
Here is a 2000 29' Warlock World Class with a closed bow that just listed for an asking price of $33,760

Greg Guimond
07-25-2014, 03:20 PM
Unusual to see a Warlock in the East. Here is a 2001 29' World Class closed bow for sale in New Hampshire with a 502. Just listed and priced at ...... $40,000

Greg Guimond
08-25-2014, 06:13 PM
Nice price drop on this 2007 Warlock 29 with a 525 EFI in Texas. Started at $59k ..... then $55k ..... now $50,000

Another price drop on this 2007 Warlock 29 ..............$45, 900 :blub:

Greg Guimond
08-25-2014, 08:54 PM
It's raining Warlock 29 footers. Here is another one with a 502. The seller can't decide if he wants $35,000 or $30,000 his 2000. :confused:

Greg Guimond
10-09-2014, 09:20 PM
Here is a 1999 World Class 29 that just listed with a Whipple 502 for $46,980 ............92mph :eek:


2011 complete makeover. Mint condition. Hull is a 1999 that looks new. 3M Vinyl wrap with clear coat. Trailer wrap to match. Carbon Fiber silver and carbon Fiber orange interior. Gaffrig Gauges complete with 120 mph GPS speedometer. Complete IMCO hydraulic steering. K-Plane trim tabs. Drop down bolster seats. Cuddy cabin. New black cockpit cover. Dual batteries. Impressive stereo.

BRAVO XR Drive. Stainless Bravo One prop

Mercury 502 MPI with Dart heads and CMI E-Top Stainless Headers. Whipple supercharger. Mild package at 650hp.

Boat runs 92 mph on GPS. So steady your Grandmother could drive it.

Warlock World Class 29' step bottom hulls are known to be one of the best 29' boats in smooth or rough water. Warlock 29' World Class "Offshore Deep V" is the ulitmate blend of style, performance and race proven design. The step bottom design currently holds multiple championship titles in American Powerboat Racing Association factory series racing.

Feel free to contact me with questions at 847-four zero four-5975
Posted: 2013-03-14, 10:31AM CDT

This Warlock 29 is back on the market a year and half later ............$48,000. Call Brian at 815-791-4462

Greg Guimond
10-02-2016, 07:37 PM
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It's October so time to see what is out there for Ultimate Warlock 29 World Class hulls. Here is one just on the market. A very early 1994 with the MCOB layout asking ..... $27,000

Carl C
10-02-2016, 09:27 PM
Heated thread on another site over overpriced Warlocks: http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/general-boating-discussion/341623-i-guess-pricing-way-up-hugely.html

Carl C
10-03-2016, 02:44 PM
Shogren seems to drastically overprice most of there boats. They also must not know what other 29 Offshores are out there for sale when they priced that 27 lol.

Yes, and all of the disclaimers which I pointed out on that thread. I would never buy a used boat from Shogren.

yeller
10-03-2016, 05:40 PM
Yes, and all of the disclaimers which I pointed out on that thread. I would never buy a used boat from Shogren.
Shogren is slim ball company. They advertised my boat at 50hrs. I "thought" I could trust that they verified the hours being as they were a large company. My mistake. I checked the computer when I got it and it had 176hrs.
Literally a 5 minute job for them to verify hours on the computer, so I'm fairly confident Shogren knew the exact hours when they sold it.
Boat even had a hour meter on the engine that read 76hrs (which I suspect was installed with the S/C), so they knew they were lying when advertising 50hrs.

Carl C
10-04-2016, 06:15 AM
Shogren is slim ball company. They advertised my boat at 50hrs. I "thought" I could trust that they verified the hours being as they were a large company. My mistake. I checked the computer when I got it and it had 176hrs.
Literally a 5 minute job for them to verify hours on the computer, so I'm fairly confident Shogren knew the exact hours when they sold it.
Boat even had a hour meter on the engine that read 76hrs (which I suspect was installed with the S/C), so they knew they were lying when advertising 50hrs.

I'm afraid they've gone downhill along with Pier 57, which Shogren took over. Sad.

Greg Guimond
10-04-2016, 06:52 AM
Normally the very early Ultimate Warlock's have dated graphics, but this 1994's gelcoat looks more current.

Greg Guimond
10-04-2016, 06:56 AM
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Greg Guimond
10-09-2016, 09:10 PM
Of course once you see the picture of the keel you realize that the boat is actually a "Team Warlock 28", not an Ultimate Warlock 29. Team Warlock's have the standard 24 degree traditional V, a much different design than the later Ultimate Warlock 29's.

Greg Guimond
10-09-2016, 09:50 PM
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And here is another Team Warlock 28 World Class that just came up for sale. The same hull design as the 1994. This one is the original 1992 factory brochure boat which introduced the new model, and has twin 502's.
It will tickle 80mph light on gas and is listed for .......... $16,000

Greg Guimond
02-28-2017, 10:14 PM
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Here is a 2004 Warlock 29 World Class with the step bottom ............ asking price $39,000

duckhunter
03-01-2017, 07:24 PM
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And here is another Team Warlock 28 World Class that just came up for sale. The same hull design as the 1994. This one is the original 1992 factory brochure boat which introduced the new model, and has twin 502's.
It will tickle 80mph light on gas and is listed for .......... $16,000

Twin BBC in a 28? That's gotta be a little cramped. Have fun replacing that shift cable mentioned in the ad!