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UteBu

1999 Malibu Corvette - 17 hours - $30k

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UteBu

I am in no way connected with the owner of this boat; I just saw it advertised locally and found it interesting. Maybe someone here is interested in finding one of these.

1999 Malibu Corvette

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68Slalom

That's actually not a bad deal, if I had that kind of extra money I would buy it just as a collection.

But I don't so I'll just keep quite Whistling.gif

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mibarefooter

I think that boat would be a great barefooting boat. Wish I had 30K

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99response

Make it $35k, you'll need the extra $5k for when the motor blows up!

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Madmanacrossthewater

There's one in this area for sale w/ 50 hrs for 22K, but a '97.

Same color.

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tmacwake

Out of curiousity, does anyone know what the "top speed" of the corvette boat is? 400 horses, I would think it could blister across the lake.

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99response

With it trimmed right (they had a trim tab on the back) they would do about 60.

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tmacwake

WOW !!! That's movin' for a Bu'

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98mallybu

My buddy had a 97 with the Callaway 383 Supernatural and with two people would could kiss 60, the boat had so much torque that the boat would slide out sideways a little bit when you hit the throttle hard... amazing boat!

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68Slalom
My buddy had a 97 with the Callaway 383 Supernatural and with two people would could kiss 60, the boat had so much torque that the boat would slide out sideways a little bit when you hit the throttle hard... amazing boat!

That's how it was in my flat bottom V-drives I had, pushing close to 750hp push that throttle (gas peddle) the back end shifts out to the right and stays. The fastest I ever went was about 80mph and that was enough, it's just not safe on open water.

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WAKE-RIDER-01
My buddy had a 97 with the Callaway 383 Supernatural and with two people would could kiss 60, the boat had so much torque that the boat would slide out sideways a little bit when you hit the throttle hard... amazing boat!

That's how it was in my flat bottom V-drives I had, pushing close to 750hp push that throttle (gas peddle) the back end shifts out to the right and stays. The fastest I ever went was about 80mph and that was enough, it's just not safe on open water.

80MPH?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? That's INSANE!!! Rockon.gif

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