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    Warlock - The "Euro" Series

    There are so many up for sale I decided to start there own thread. Team Warlock started it all with there 24 Euro and later a 25. Then, Ultimate Warlock built the 25, 28, and a 29 Euro. Then Warlock built a 32.
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    Here is a 1988 Team Warlock 24 Euro. The 24's are different bottoms and have a 25 degree dead rise straight V. This particular boat has had several price drops and now the owner is asking ........ $12,900
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    The 24 Euro's ran from 1988 when Team Warlock designed and tooled the original molds, up to 1998 when Ultimate Warlock built the last 24 Euro's using those molds. I have never seen one later than 1998. They all are very narrow 6'8" beam, 25 degree bottom wave crushers. I don't believe there are any small hi-po boats with a 25 degree dead rise V. The rounded "look" was very progressive design for the late '80s.

    Here are five examples - 1998 Ultimate Warlock Open Bow, 1998 Ultimate Warlock Closed Bow, 1990 Team Warlock (repowered - new 496HO), 1989 Team Warlock (airborne), 1989 Team Warlock (370TRS HiPo, for sale)
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    Here is a 1995 Ultimate 25' Euro open bow for sale. This one is interesting because it has an open bow but does not have any jumper seats in the middle, just a flat floor. Another dealer who has no idea what they are selling as they call it a MCOB. This tells me the open bow would have been a conversion done at a later date. These hulls are narrow 7' beams, with 24 degree bottoms. This one with a 7.4MPI 330hp is priced at ............ $20,000
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    And here are a couple of other 25' Euro's. At one point they tested a Team Warlock 25 with a 502 Magnum (415hp) and a Blackhawk drive back in late 1994 and it did 76mph on radar. I would think a 502 Magnum Bravo would just tickle 70. The 1994 for sale below for $21,500 would have been laid up by Team Warlock and Stolarz, 1995 and beyond built by Carter Reed. A lot of the 1995 boats you will see labeled as Ultimate Custom Boats or just Ultimate instead of Ultimate Warlock. After resolving a legal dispute, in 1996 Carter Read used the first "Ultimate Warlock" branding and logo.
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    Now onward to the 28 Euro.

    Here is a really clean 1996 that is for sale in Texas. I have only seen two of these 28's ever for sale. This one is a legit Ultimate Warlock and for a '96 has a very current color scheme. On the block for ..... $22,500
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    That was a quick drop in price, now down to ..... $21,000
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    The 28 Euros are still straight 24 degree V's like the 25 Euro. No steps and no pad on the keel. Normally any of the Euro's will carry 12" of length for the integrated swim platforms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    The 28 Euros are still straight 24 degree V's like the 25 Euro. No steps and no pad on the keel. Normally a Euro will carry 12" of length for the integrated swim platforms.
    The transom treatment is a deal-breaker for me on these Euros. Looks like someone backed the boat into the ugly tree at 20mph and it left an impression.

    I'd rather have a flat transom and a full-width tubular aluminum swim platform on a regular Warlock.
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    I'm not a big fan either but with a family they make things easy and are way more comfortable than tubular. Ironically they also help with a following sea as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by duckhunter View Post
    The transom treatment is a deal-breaker for me on these Euros. Looks like someone backed the boat into the ugly tree at 20mph and it left an impression.
    The ugly tree?!?! Now that just plain hurts.
    The Euro's are one of my favorite boats.
    Why is faster never fast enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    The 24's are different bottoms and have a 25 degree dead rise straight V.
    Greg, what did you mean by this? Are they different than the other Warlock styles, or different compared to the other Euros? Did any Euro ever get a stepped hull or pad?
    Why is faster never fast enough.

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    Next in line is the 29' Euro. Here's a 1996 Ultimate Warlock 29 for sale that they're calling a 27. A narrow beam 27 was never made. Dealers, you gotta love 'em. Wrong HIN too. For sale with big power for ..... $28,000
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeller View Post
    The ugly tree?!?! Now that just plain hurts.
    The Euro's are one of my favorite boats.
    There's no accounting for taste!

    I'll have to assume it's because you have to huddle under a stack of beaver pelts to keep warm for 9 months out of the year and/or you don't eat grits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duckhunter View Post
    There's no accounting for taste!

    I'll have to assume it's because you have to huddle under a stack of beaver pelts to keep warm for 9 months out of the year and/or you don't eat grits.

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