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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    As I mentioned, the 32 Euro's used a completely different bottom than the race proven 29 and 27 World Class narrow beam hulls. The 32's have two steps not one, and the pad is completely different. Here is a 2006 Warlock 32 Euro with twin 496HO's for sale .............. $100,000

    I had never seen more than one 32 footer in the Euro line which was the 2006 with twins above. Now, here is a second one that just popped up. This one is a 2007 with the Mid Cabin Open Bow layout that is favored by the Left Coast folks. What a minute.......Volvo power? Now that's a first. Offered at $64,700
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    The business end of the 32 Euro ............
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    This 1989 Team Warlock 24 Euro was for sale last year and just came back on the market again today in Pennsylvania. It has the 1989 Bravo with the smaller, faster bullet on the gearcase but it looks like the motor is the older 370hp motor from 1987. Not that I have any idea what a 370 Merc motor actually is. These Euro 24s are 24'5" tip of the bow to edge of the swim steps. Was first priced at $16,900 back in July of 2013. For sale now at ........ $14,900
    This Team Warlock Euro has re-surfaced in the Carolina's. Now owned by a great guy who has sorted out some issues and has her ship shape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
    I had never seen more than one 32 footer in the Euro line which was the 2006 with twins above. Now, here is a second one that just popped up. This one is a 2007 with the Mid Cabin Open Bow layout that is favored by the Left Coast folks. What a minute.......Volvo power? Now that's a first. Offered at $64,700
    What a difference a year makes. This 2007 Warlock 32' Euro was offered for sale at $64,700 back in April 2016. Now it is back on the market for $50,000 Call Jim at 916-631-1355 x510

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    Here's a 1998 Euro 24 that just got listed. I've only seen two '98's. I always thought that this specific hull had the best graphics of any of the Euros. It looks very current, not outdated at all. Priced at $24,000
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    These hulls have a 25 degree deadrise angle. Looks very clean ...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
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    These hulls have a 25 degree deadrise angle. Looks very clean ...........
    Greg, Thats a sharp looking boat. Spokane Washington

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Guimond View Post
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    Here's a 1998 Euro 24 that just got listed. I've only seen two '98's. I always thought that this specific hull had the best graphics of any of the Euros. It looks very current, not outdated at all. Priced at $24,000
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    Nice boat. Greg, how close are you to this?

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    Chip, if you're seriously interested, give me a call.

    If it is what it the ad says; seems like a nice boat for the money
    Why is faster never fast enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeller View Post
    Chip, if you're seriously interested, give me a call.

    If it is what it the ad says; seems like a nice boat for the money
    Thanks Glen. You know I've been looking for a bigger boat for a while. It seems that there are not a lot of nice 22C's at this time of year for reasonable money. I do like the Warlock's too. Chris (Fitch Powerboat Service) has a Warlock 24 and I've run with him a few times. It seems like a really nice running and handling boat and handles the bumps a lot better than my 18. I like the styling of the 22C better so I need to think about this for a couple of days to decide if I want to go in that direction instead. Whatever I end up with I'll be keeping for a while (read: a long time) so I want to make sure that it's something that I'll be happy with. And if I do, then I have to figure out what to do with all of those Donzi shirts and hats!

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    The Warlock Euro was on my short list when I was looking. I'm guessing it would be a much better handling boat than the 22. The only thing I don't really care for is the blockish style dash, but that's common to a lot of boats.
    In case you need it: https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/boa/6050065046.html

    In the same area; if you want a Blackhawk: https://spokane.craigslist.org/boa/6062779596.html
    ...and it's a rare, one of a kind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeller View Post

    In the same area; if you want a Blackhawk: https://spokane.craigslist.org/boa/6062779596.html
    ...and it's a rare, one of a kind.
    That would be the same BH for sale in Odessa, TX, in TN, FL and just about every other state. It's been flagged just about everywhere, but I'll give them credit as they keep trying.

    The Warlock looks really nice but it also looks like it's about an hour outside of Seattle. I'm not sure if I could get someone to do a reasonably priced survey that far out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chip w View Post
    It seems that there are not a lot of nice 22C's at this time of year for reasonable money. I do like the Warlock's too. Chris (Fitch Powerboat Service) has a Warlock 24 and I've run with him a few times.
    Chip, your friend Chris I believe actually has a Team Warlock 23 Offshore that somehow has a Chris Craft HIN. It has the 330hp package in it and does 63mph with it. The 24 Euro is a slightly changed bottom with the 25 degree hull instead of the Offshores 24 deadrise so I'd suspect the Euro will have a top speed of 60-61. Call Seattle and tell him you will meet him in Oklahoma. Nice time of year for going walkabout.
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