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    18' Alumacraft / 90 Yamaha

    2012 Alumacraft 1860 SC

    Fun multi-purpose boat. Tops out mid 40's with the 4-stroke. Has factory line-x type interior (no carpet) and rated for 6 people. I added two pin pedestals in the cockpit so that I can relocate the fishing chairs if we're just going for a ride with another couple or taking the kids tubing, etc. Including the space between the console seats, I can seat 5 people in the cockpit. Kinda cool for a fishing boat.

    Waiting on a trolling motor for Christmas....
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    You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift. You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong. You cannot help the wage earner by pulling down the wage payer. You cannot further the brotherhood of man by encouraging class hatred. You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich. You cannot keep out of trouble by spending more than you earn.

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    heres a couple of my 1976 Sleekcraft project.
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    here ya go

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    1998 Allison XB2003, 225 Mariner Super Mag, 26 Trophy, 14" hydro-jackplate, 85gps loaded 2 people full 30 gallon livewell. A fishing mocheeeeeen


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1badmerc View Post
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    Good looking setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildWolf View Post
    1998 Allison XB2003, 225 Mariner Super Mag, 26 Trophy, 14" hydro-jackplate, 85gps loaded 2 people full 30 gallon livewell. A fishing mocheeeeeen





    That is a beautiful boat right there. I love the blue and center steer...I'm jealous
    Hire the handicapped, we're fun to watch

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    95 202

    1995 202 dcx
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    Quote Originally Posted by 95202DCX View Post
    1995 202 dcx

    Good looking boat, how does it ride? My younger brother talks about them a lot but I have never been in one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimmDaddy View Post
    Good looking boat, how does it ride? My younger brother talks about them a lot but I have never been in one.

    Slimm
    Rides like one of the best bass boat hulls ever built, what waves...lol

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    Its takes awhile to learn how to "FLY" an Allison because of there pad design but it is worth it! Very quality built boat, my 98 looks NEW with no cracks in the gel or transom! SUPER fuel economy, running around my local lake I average at least 4.0 to 4.5 mpg at 60-70 mph cruise. And when up and running it eats up 12"-24'' water, and what a bargin I paid $14,000 for my complete package. In comparison my neighbor just got a Triton barge with a 250 Merc and is into it about $65,000!!! My Ally with 200 ProMax right now will still run right by his cookie cutter at 85 mph(get my 225 back on its like 90's). There are a lot of good boats out there, but I LOVE my boat and it will only be replaced by another ALLISON!

    This video is with my phone(one handed) running 65-70 in about a 12" chop, if you notice it sorta "floats" on top of the water instead of some that seem to be "slapping" the waves. Anyway very happy with her.

    http://vid219.photobucket.com/albums...psb2tzvkpx.mp4
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    My Wave runner all decked out for running at night and fishing. Great fishing Machine there is no water she couldn't run. 10fters bring em on,the bigger the waves the more the fun. Took her off shore all the time. My Grand sport is also great for fishing. The back deck is a great casting platform for Fly fishing or casting for the big ones. Some say no I say yes. haha Going out fishing on Saturday with her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlimmDaddy View Post
    That is a beautiful boat right there. I love the blue and center steer...I'm jealous
    I agree, that sure is a hot looking boat. Bass boats make ideal photo-shooting platforms, and there are many times I've considered getting one for that purpose. I just love being able to walk all over them!

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    I need that Allison!

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    And the jet ski!

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    "My newly restored "89 Laser Bass Boat, finished just in time for the summer!"





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