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    42 CHIEF First Mohican

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    OVERVIEW


    Unique Delta Twin Step design is shared with the Apache F2 Race boats, designed by Bobby Saccenti and Naval Architects from the Netherlands.

    The bottom allows the speed and efficiency of stepped bottom design with the safety and durability that ONLY comes with Apache heritage. The raised deck is also the same deck shared with the 36 Apache allowing for more headroom down stairs, and more freeboard, than the traditional flat deck design.

    Bob Saccenti has succeeded in bringing modern technology and race proven durability into a single hull design. The 42 Chief Warrior.

    "The First Mohican" is powered by World Champion engine designer Tom Hofstetter Chief 950 EFI motors. The EFI allows for maximum efficiency in all conditions with increased fuel mileage.

    The engines are coupled to Dry Sump VI Mercury Race Drives and Super Cyborg Bam Transmissions for maximum horse power to the prop, and maximum durability.

    Completing the boat is a one off paint scheme by world class painter Mitcher T.

    The cockpit and berth were put in place by Fine Line Interiors and Bobby Saccenti. It is accented by custom carbon fiber gauges, dual helm, premium stereo, and Tiger intercom system



    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

    • 12 Volt
    • 2 Engine Batteries
    • 1 Domestic Battery
    • 120 Volt Shore Power 30 AMP
    • 1 Shorepower Cord
    • Battery Switches



    AUDIO AND VISUAL EQUIPMENT


    • Garmin GPS Plotter
    • 4 Person Tiger Intercom System
    • Stereo with Amps and Subwoofers



    MECHANICAL

    • Bilge Blowers
    • Automatic Bilge Pumps
    • Halon Engine Fire Extinguisher
    • Hydralic K Planes Billet Aluminum
    • Race Battery Boxes
    • Custom SS Herring Props
    • CMI Silencers



    OTHER DETAILS


    • 24 Degree Saccenti Twin Step Hull by Bobby Saccenti
    • Full Cabin w/ V-Berth
    • Dock Side Pump Out Head
    • Port and Starboard Consoles
    • Tiger 4 place Intercom System
    • Staggered Engines
    • Chief 950 EFI Engines
    • Mercury Racing Dry Sump #6 Drives
    • Custom Paint by Mitcher T Custom Paint
    • Custom Laser Cut Matching Trailer by Integrity with Drive Guard
    • Polished Stainless Steel Mirrored Engine Bulkhead
    • Custom Painted Engine Hatch
    • Dual Steering Stations with Removable Steering Wheel
    • Carbon Fiber Gauges
    • Driver Shut Off Emergency Safety Tether Switch





    *Entire boat including drives was just gone through at TNT.

    *Motors were just tuned by Tommy from Chief Engines.

    *Brand New Fineline Interior

    *Boat runs and looks perfect.


    http://www.42chief.com

    Asking 168,500
    Last edited by extra300; 05-12-2014 at 07:52 AM.

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    if you could loan me the 168k I will but it. Sweet Boat BTW.
    Will

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