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    93 22' BlackHawk?

    Not my boat and don't know anything about it. Just saw it on craigslist.

    Canadian boat for $18500. That's about $14k US

    Has a 502 and BH drive. Looks to be a BH hull based on the exhaust, but not the typical BH graphics.

    http://vancouver.craigslist.ca/nvn/boa/5826689644.html

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    96 Donzi Classic 23, 502 magnum, Blackhawk drive, 114 original hours boat is absolutely new.
    (250) seven five two -1278
    Why is faster never fast enough.

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    ----Blackhawk drive on a standard hull. No pad if I'm looking at it right. Id rather have a standard hull as that seems to calm down the Blackhawk hull issues. Smokin deal for a US buyer!!!......Bill S

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    If this is a Blackhawk drive on a standard 22 hull would the cut out have to have been changed to fit the Blackhawk or does that use the same cutout/gimble as a Bravo drive?

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    I talked to the owner this morning. It's an original Blackhawk that came from Florida to Vancouver with 15 hours on it. This is the second owner, who owns Garrett's Marine and Engine Repair. He's the second owner. There is an offer pending. Somebody is going to get a good deal.

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    Same transome assembly

    Quote Originally Posted by chip w View Post
    If this is a Blackhawk drive on a standard 22 hull would the cut out have to have been changed to fit the Blackhawk or does that use the same cutout/gimble as a Bravo drive?
    A Blackhawk will bolt in place of a standard Bravo.
    I've thought about hunting for a Blackhawk drive, but the $$ probably better spent on a short lower...
    Thanks, Patrick


    1996 22' Classic

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    I agree. From what I've seen a shorty is the way to go.

    Pat, I keep looking at 22's and I feel like I keep coming back to look at yours. I may have to PM you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeller View Post
    Not my boat and don't know anything about it. Just saw it on craigslist. Canadian boat for $18500. That's about $14k US. Has a 502 and BH drive. Looks to be a BH hull based on the exhaust, but not the typical BH graphics.

    96 Donzi Classic 23, 502 magnum, Blackhawk drive, 114 original hours boat is absolutely new. (250) seven five two -1278
    That's a great deal yeller. This one came up for sale back here in Connecticut a couple of weeks ago ...............


    1994 Donzi BLACKHAWK, 502 mercruiser, new navigation and JL audio stereo, new controls, all new gauges and wiring, carbon fiber dash, boat runs 65 all day long. $26,500 call 860-608-3218
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    1995 Donzi Blackhawk

    The boat is in phenominal condition, and i'm really looking forward to running it. Garret has looked after this boat since almost new, and is a great guy to deal with. As soon as it came out from under cover I was convinced.
    I've been a Donzi fan ever since a new 28 showed up in Vancouver around 1967.
    I'll be doing lots catch up in the forums over the winter i guess. From what I've read so far, the 1st rides gonna be interesting......

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    Quote Originally Posted by FarPoint View Post
    The boat is in phenominal condition, and i'm really looking forward to running it. Garret has looked after this boat since almost new, and is a great guy to deal with. As soon as it came out from under cover I was convinced.
    I've been a Donzi fan ever since a new 28 showed up in Vancouver around 1967.
    I'll be doing lots catch up in the forums over the winter i guess. From what I've read so far, the 1st rides gonna be interesting......
    Enjoy that boat! When I talked to Garrett it sounded like a time capsule. Take your time learning it and you should have a very entertaining boat. It sounds like you got a smoking deal too!

    '96 18 Classic
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    Congrats on the purchase. You got a steal of deal.

    Where are you located? I'm in Vancouver.
    Why is faster never fast enough.

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    I just moved from Vancouver to Nanoose a couple of weeks ago. That traffic thing ya know! Generally in Vancouver Wednesday - Friday. Did you do the Sidney Poker Run this year?

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    I planned to do the Sydney run, but didn't have the new motor dialed-in in time. Should be there if it's on next year, but I've said before....
    Why is faster never fast enough.

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