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1995-96 STV Price Lists

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Found some cool stuff in the archives on the weekend

Accessories

Trailers

I also found a fax I receivded from Diamond Marine (Marty S.) regarding Pricing on a 1990 Pro Comp.

Weight = 725#

included 2 colour gel, dual steering battery mount

TOTAL = $7000.00

add fuel tank = $135 @ 28 us gal

Add double Kevlar $250 = 675#

Add Trailer = $1250

Claim of 95 mph (No Problem) with stock Merc 200 with solid mounts and LWP

STV_1995_Price.pdf

STV_1996_Price.pdf

STV_Acces_Price.pdf

STV_trailer_Price.pdf

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That brings back memories. Those are the exact same price sheets that I ordered my Euro from back in the winter of 1994. I still remember reading that damn thing about a thousand times making sure that I got everything right.

I ended up with just a hair over $10000.00 for it with the trailer. It is pretty loaded, more pleasure than strictly weight savings. It has the lights, pop-up cleats, the ski pole (which has never been used) and I had to do a little convincing Rourke to powdercoat everything that wasn't red black, even the rubrails and cleats were powdercoated black.

I bought it off of Ron Alstott down in Kentucky and on the way back to eastern Ohio, a couple of State Patrol chased me down and drove beside me for a couple of miles checking out the boat. When they finally backed off they noticed that I had no plates on the trailer. Bingo! $75 ticket, thanks Ron, for no temp tags.

It doesn't seem like that was over 10 years ago. Man time goes fast the older you get!

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Good Story Mark and what a deal :D

Do we have any pics of your Euro anywhere?

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Believe it or not, I have had this boat for over 10 years and have never taken a picture of it. Don't know why, maybe just never had a camera at the right time. Maybe this will be the year. It is a little different than most. Everything on it is solid red, carpet, seats, no stripes, and everything else is powdercoated black. Looks like a Testarossa without wheels. It's always been garaged and has never stayed in water over night. Still in pretty nice shape for as old as it is.

I originally had a 2.4 carb on it that was pretty much a grenade. I think it was blown up more than it ran. I'm looking forward to a nice summer this year with my new GPI 280.

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MARK,

Yeah that sounds like a real nice boat...I am all in favour of mono paint schemes...YES lets see some pics this year :)

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Anthony, I Just ordered my 600 lb. stv mod vp. It is pretty scary (the prices that is) compared to my 1990 pro comp. The base price is $18055.00 add $325 for a 15" transom, add $550.00 for a blueprinted center sponson, add $500 for a third color gel, and last a basic galvanized trailer for $1875 Total price $21305.00 no rigging, a basic boat. Add a new drag 15" motor for $18900.00 and a modest $2500.00 for guages, wiring, custom aluminum fuel tank, foot rest, foot throttle, cables, etc. = $42705.00 usd

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wow, congrats on ordering the new boat.

Now be Canadian - $42705.00 usd x 1.18 exchange x 1.14 for provincial and federal tax and $210.00 for the RIV and you have a whopping $57,656.76! Just think a few years ago when exchange was even worse for us, it would have been $73,235.55. Hope I just made ya feel like you got a smokin deal. ;)

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ED,

Yeah congrats on the new purchase ....but yes the price is wild by comparison and yes Brad puts things into perspective too. :ph34r:

Make sure you get Wally to take pics of the build and post them for us when you can.

Is the ProComp still for sale?

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Anthony, Stv is still for sale. Have not been aggressive in trying to sell, too busy working. I will be reposting boat w/ sportmaster, 98 offshore mid, and cowl. Just add a drop on and go. Thanks, Ed

Edited by et07757

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