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  • GREGK
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    I call
    NO WAY LingOL
    l am still building a truck. That would fit nicely in it though.

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  • gary s
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    That is pretty. Didnt see in your signature line you bought a Donzi though

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  • Ship
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    BTW are you installing a 2" shaft and bigger wheel to keep your Rpms below 6000????

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  • Ship
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    Wow! You won't be sitting on that motor box unless you install an elevator to the top.

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  • Fisherlady2
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  • Mako2
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    Maybe a see through motor box might be in order. Jerry can be the trend setter.

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  • Fisherlady2
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    Seems a shame to hide something that pretty in the bilge!

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  • Mako2
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    A thing of beauty.

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  • Quik Fix
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    Picked up my stroker today. Click image for larger version  Name:	earl1.jpg Views:	3 Size:	3.98 MB ID:	30135 Think this will push her ? Installing 2 more fuel tanks.

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  • Rusty Rod
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    No, not many Carolina Classic's along the west. I know of 1 - 35', but no 32's.

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  • reefbreak
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    Originally posted by Rusty Rod View Post
    She's a 2008, first purchased in 2011. 32' Carolina Classic. Twin 435 D6 Volvo's. can cruise at 30 with no problem all day. Draft is 3'6", We bought her in Cape May New Jersey and currently running down the ICW to Florida to put her on a ship, headed west. I had an incident with a stump in Virginia, which took out my gear. I waited a week in Virginia, until the new wheels were delivered. So, we are going to put her in a slip on Pawleys Island for a month or two, then come back and finish the trip south.
    That sucks hitting a stump. This is why a lot of guys I know run outside when running a boat down south. A lot faster too. Is Carolina Classics popular on the west coast? Beautiful boat! Good luck!

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  • Rusty Rod
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    Thanks, I can't wait to get her into some deep water. I have a new respect for those that run the ICW. Not as easy as what I had thought. I'll start start a new post next week with some photo's.

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  • Quik Fix
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    Love those Carolina Classics. Thats some trip. You passed right by my house going south about 15 miles from Morehead City. You could have at least waved. Tough luck with the log and that is exactly what I was referring to. If my Grand Slam had a single engine with a full keel, I'd still own it. Best of luck on the next part of the trip and please post up some pictures.

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  • holty
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    Handsome rig! Best of luck with her.

    regards Holty

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  • Rusty Rod
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    She's a 2008, first purchased in 2011. 32' Carolina Classic. Twin 435 D6 Volvo's. can cruise at 30 with no problem all day. Draft is 3'6", We bought her in Cape May New Jersey and currently running down the ICW to Florida to put her on a ship, headed west. I had an incident with a stump in Virginia, which took out my gear. I waited a week in Virginia, until the new wheels were delivered. So, we are going to put her in a slip on Pawleys Island for a month or two, then come back and finish the trip south.
    Last edited by Rusty Rod; 01-03-2021, 06:48 AM.

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