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Old 24 September 2004, 09:23   #11
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the price for a new 160 hp with jet drive ( mk 2 ) is now £138,000, when i was working on them in 1998, a mk1 was £98,000 new.
I get discount No, joking apart, that is a hell of a price, I think the £60k can from new price in 91 x 10 yrs inflation (always good with a rib). Des
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Old 24 September 2004, 09:42   #12
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I get discount No, joking apart, that is a hell of a price, I think the £60k can from new price in 91 x 10 yrs inflation (always good with a rib). Des
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I get a discount but not that much, i must be sleeping with the wrong people .

You have to pay a premium for perfection. It's Matlo proof need i stay any more
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Old 24 September 2004, 09:51   #13
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Ian have you got your leg off yet?
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Old 24 September 2004, 09:58   #14
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Des forgot to mention that they are a go out in any weather boat...........
I asked Halmatic what are the bad weather limitations on this boat, their answer ‘ you are sir’

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Old 24 September 2004, 10:17   #15
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Nobody posted a link to the site so here it is:

http://www.vtplc.com/halmatic/

Me personally, i want one of these with a surface piercing drive!! If only

http://www.vtplc.com/halmatic/produc...D=702&catid=93
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Old 24 September 2004, 11:09   #16
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Ian have you got your leg off yet?
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Not at the moment, new axles under the trailer, will be picking up the mounting in a minute, lifting out hopefully Sunday or Monday.
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Old 24 September 2004, 11:15   #17
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I asked Halmatic what are the bad weather limitations on this boat, their answer ‘ you are sir’

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They are rated for 12 + 2 crew in a force 7 , Niiiiiccccceeeeeeeee.
A guy i met at the weekend teaches matlo's to drive Pacific's, ask about cruising speed, said throttle to the stop, max revs and enjoy.
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Old 24 September 2004, 12:07   #18
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Was just about to say that theyre double your price figure Des!! Scary huh!!
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Oh yes, ive got a Landrover and certainly aint got the balls to push one of these machines to its bad weather limitations!! Anyone mad men out there given it a go?

Simon, if you want a really capable boat, forget the Delta and Ribcraft (although good) and join the club!!
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