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    1995 Classic 22 For Sale

    This is not my boat, but wondering if any member knows of it. I think it's priced on the high side given it's a 350. Thanks for any feedback.
    http://www.boattrader.com/listing/19...ssic-103056139

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    Love that yellow. (Not quite as good-looking as a windshield-delete boat, but still awesome. )

    Looks and sounds like it's been very well kept. And I **think** that's considered to be in the range of some of the best builds. Others will know.

    You are right about the 350, but some folks have sworn by the 350/22 package. They say it loves the weight savings. Obviously not as fast as a BBC boat without doing some serious motor mods that would probably not make sense. Depending on your goals, might be a great boat.
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    An up close and personal inspection will tell the tale. if it is as it is advertised I think it falls right in with current numbers I've seen (albeit the upper end). True, there is a "knock" on this boat because of the lightweight powertrain but, If it's all in good working order it could be the right choice. Not everyone needs a BBC/Bravo set up to enjoy their boat. If it's a long term love affair you're looking for there's plenty you can do with this boat. However, if you're looking for a summer fling for a couple of years and you have to have the speed... move on.
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    The color is right. I agree about windshield delete. Trailer seems nice. If you don't have a need for speed then this could be a nice boat.
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    I think it's priced dead nuts right on the money

    a BBC of the same vintage goes for 25-27 anyways and was a 5k option over the SBC

    buy it and enjoy it
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUIZILLA View Post
    I think it's priced dead nuts right on the money

    a BBC of the same vintage goes for 25-27 anyways and was a 5k option over the SBC

    buy it and enjoy it
    Hmmm... I paid $22K for mine a few years back and have probably invested over 4K fixing / upgrading...
    I have struggled with letting her go (had 2 offers) but if someone wants to give me $26K / all my money back, I'd sell for sure...

    I would also agree that a Big Block Bravo boat is worth 4-5 K more than a Small Block Alpha boat...
    Thanks, Patrick


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat McPherson View Post
    Hmmm... I paid $22K for mine a few years back and have probably invested over 4K fixing / upgrading...
    I have struggled with letting her go (had 2 offers) but if someone wants to give me $26K / all my money back, I'd sell for sure...

    I would also agree that a Big Block Bravo boat is worth 4-5 K more than a Small Block Alpha boat...
    If someone would like to give me what I have invested in The Flowerpot, please reach out via PM like right now... Heck, I'll even produce receipts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadtrip se View Post
    If someone would like to give me what I have invested in The Flowerpot, please reach out via PM like right now... Heck, I'll even produce receipts.
    Need the receipt for the ducks?

    Taz <- Owner of a duck free 22.
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    Quote Originally Posted by txtaz View Post
    Need the receipt for the ducks?

    Taz <- Owner of a duck free 22.
    Still got em. One day they will be returned to their proper home.

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