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  1. #16

    very nice

    that is amazing. i remeber when i was a kid we used to drive by the glastron plant daily. the old building is a dance studio now. they were cool lookin then and even better now. i love to see that name plate Austin, Texas

    kudos

    casey

  2. #17
    that is incredible, thanks for posting the link!

  3. #18

    are you still in IL. ???

    would love to see up close and compare to mine!!! (I couldn't get to you link with the pics)

  4. #19
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    welcome to the site.You'll find the greatest high performance boating group around here,and no matter what the question is,there is at least someone who'll know the answer!!!A word of caution,though,it's very addictive!Your CV16 is a classic,I had a GT14!
    why ask me ?


  5. #20
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    I could not see the pictures on photobucket?

    Im curious what it looks like!

    I have a carlson for sale that the owner does not want to put the money into restoring, its gold flake and off-white, but it has a forward deck, not a bowrider- wanted to compare to yours.

  6. you can also view some of the pictures at carlsonspeed.com click on general forum and scroll down to cv 16 bluediamond

  7. #22
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    Loved the pics! Looks likes it's right out of the showroom.
    Bullet 130 - Great South Bay - LI

  8. #23
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    I agree......................

    That is one beautiful boat, very well taken care of, nice to see one in that nice of shape.
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    here are the pics!!


































  10. #25
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    ive never seen A cv in that condition

  11. #26
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    thats awesome

    the one I have for sale has gold metal flake, and the transom is a little different.

    Nowhere near the shape of that one though!

  12. #27
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    that is a sweet looking boat
    1986 Daytona Eliminator 21ft , 3.6GT Johnson V8
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  13. #28

    Are you sure you didn't steal that out of a museum??

    That looks as though it just came off the dealers showroom. I though my 1975 was in pretty good shape for being 32 years old......but MY LORD, are you sure you want to even risk boating in it?????

    SWEET RIDE, from one carlson owner to another!!!!

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