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    Beautiful 18’ Action 1982

    This is the third Action I have restored. Rock solid throughout. Top of the line fasteners, rigging and equipment. I have photo documented the complete project process. Bottom has been straighten and is coated with AwlGrip. Huge custom knees, SeaStar Pro helm & steering cyl. Way too much to list. Pro built 2.5 S-3000 engine, carbs. Pro fuel delivery system. Runs great, idles perfect, thrilling acceleration, easy 90 mph+. Fine line interior, trick storage underneath seats. Classic Spiderwebbed coating with GatorStep custom flooring. Martini racing graphics. Run in fresh water mostly. Check out the pics. Let’s talk. Dan 954-383-8329 S. Melbourn
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    32' Fountain T/E openfish twin 2.5 mercs.
    79' 16' Action Marine 140hp. Looper
    14' Jonnie boat 35hp evenrude
    If you don't like fast boats...your not wired right.
    Dan Sorrentino, Ft. Laud. Fla

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    that is one sweet boat love it!! good luck with sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by old school View Post
    This is the third Action I have restored. Rock solid throughout. Top of the line fasteners, rigging and equipment. I have photo documented the complete project process. Bottom has been straighten and is coated with AwlGrip. Huge custom knees, SeaStar Pro helm & steering cyl. Way too much to list. Pro built 2.5 S-3000 engine, carbs. Pro fuel delivery system. Runs great, idles perfect, thrilling acceleration, easy 90 mph+. Fine line interior, trick storage underneath seats. Classic Spiderwebbed coating with GatorStep custom flooring. Martini racing graphics. Run in fresh water mostly. Check out the pics. Let’s talk. Dan 954-383-8329 S. Melbourn
    16,800. OBO
    Nice boat!! looks as clean as it get. Whats the story on these Action Marine hulls. I see a lot of them but don't really know their caricaturists. How do they handle, Are they are stable boats or a handful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigit View Post
    Nice boat!! looks as clean as it get. Whats the story on these Action Marine hulls. I see a lot of them but don't really know their caricaturists. How do they handle, Are they are stable boats or a handful?
    thanks for the compliment, Very popular boat for there wild design and their Speed ability. The 18’ is the most desirable, the 20’ is way better in choppy water. Funny... their stable into the 70’s. After that you need seat time to learn to fly the boat. They are known for their chime walk at higher speeds. With the correct steering system and setup they are a riot to drive. Definitely not a rough water boat, 1 to 2’ chop will beat you up. On flat water a blast, great ski boat. Very popular in the Keys. Here’s a shot off my last one running high 80’s on the pad in smooth water.

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    32' Fountain T/E openfish twin 2.5 mercs.
    79' 16' Action Marine 140hp. Looper
    14' Jonnie boat 35hp evenrude
    If you don't like fast boats...your not wired right.
    Dan Sorrentino, Ft. Laud. Fla

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    Quote Originally Posted by old school View Post
    thanks for the compliment, Very popular boat for there wild design and their Speed ability. The 18’ is the most desirable, the 20’ is way better in choppy water. Funny... their stable into the 70’s. After that you need seat time to learn to fly the boat. They are known for their chime walk at higher speeds. With the correct steering system and setup they are a riot to drive. Definitely not a rough water boat, 1 to 2’ chop will beat you up. On flat water a blast, great ski boat. Very popular in the Keys. Here’s a shot off my last one running high 80’s on the pad in smooth water.

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    Nice pic! right on the pad. again great looking boat. How wide is the pad. I have a couple checkmates and vking. They all seem to chine walk around the mid 70's. light corrections on the pulsare go a long way. But, watch people trying to hang on to these vipers for dear life at those speeds. And they are really cranking on the wheel. Just asking how predictable the ( PAD RIDING FUN ) is lol. Sorry for all the questions.

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    Riding the pad, its, just flying without a plane, back in the day One cable and rubber mounts[ Up on the wheel know how or not CALLED flying over driving hull speeds LIKE RIDING A BIKE QUOTE=Tigit;3227915]Nice pic! right on the pad. again great looking boat. How wide is the pad. I have a couple checkmates and vking. They all seem to chine walk around the mid 70's. light corrections on the pulsare go a long way. But, watch people trying to hang on to these vipers for dear life at those speeds. And they are really cranking on the wheel. Just asking how predictable the ( PAD RIDING FUN ) is lol. Sorry for all the questions.[/QUOTE]

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