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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    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
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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
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    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
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    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.
    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    Here is a 1996 Ultimate Warlock 29 that just listed. This boat is fully cored and has a race heritage. $33,500
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    And here is the factory race ad for the exact same boat .............
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    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

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    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
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    Phone: 949-698-8916
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    City: Newport Beach
    State: CA
    Year: 1994
    Length: 29
    Model: world class
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    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
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    Here is a 2000 29' Warlock World Class with a closed bow that just listed for an asking price of $33,760
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    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
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    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
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    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    Here is a 1999 World Class 29 that just listed with a Whipple 502 for $46,980 ............92mph


    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
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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
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    Heated thread on another site over overpriced Warlocks: http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/g...up-hugely.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl C View Post
    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.
    Why is faster never fast enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeller View Post
    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.
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