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Old 07-18-2009, 12:09 PM
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Default Reproduction G3 ?



http://www.fiberclassicboat.com/g3.html

Got room for a v-8

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Old 07-18-2009, 01:19 PM
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Wonder what pump and motor it will have?
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Old 07-18-2009, 01:26 PM
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I think a G3 with a small inboard and a jet drive would be WAY fun! Ive seen pictures of one thats got a big block in the back...talk about scary!
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Old 07-18-2009, 07:14 PM
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Don't hold your breath, folks. This outfit has been on again/off again on the G3 project for a few years now. Seems like someone here picked up their Glastron GT-150 copy. Was that you, Bigfoot?
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Old 07-19-2009, 12:45 AM
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Default Yes it was me, A 2006 replica from fiberclassics







This was there propotype and it is a long story as to how I got it but I had to get it with my own trailer. I have a email from fiberclassics telling me about it. It was abandoned at a boat yard while having a trailor fitted for it, the company didnt pick it up and a year went by and they just wanted to sell it for the price of the trailer. I didnt want the trailer and worked out a deal from the boat yard. Fiberclassics quoted me a $2500-$3000 price for just the hull, nothing else in 2007, they didnt know I had there prototype at the time but they saw my postings on the web and got ahold of me. They left the boat behind on accident while moving from the new hall area to out of state they told me, Mike
I would think about selling it for $1500 Not for sure though
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Old 07-19-2009, 07:55 AM
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Dang! I remember that story when it was first posted.......forgot all about that and didn't make the connection with you Mike!

Sure is sleek looking ain't it.
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OMG!! IVE CREATED A MONSTER!!!
I can see your new repro G3 now, Jer....its the one with the 578 C.I. FUNNY CAR motor in the back seat!!! HA!

"The ORIGINAL is STILL the GREATEST!"

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[QUOTE=Bigfoot;4934 They left the boat behind on accident while moving from the new hall area to out of state they told me, QUOTE]

Seems like a bit of an "oversight" to forget about your prototype - doesn't it?
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[quote=Motorhead;4948]
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Seems like a bit of an "oversight" to forget about your prototype - doesn't it?
I guess They had a guy working there and he forgot it. It has the vin #'s indented in the stern but is backwords from the mold.
Too bad its not a g3 replica huh. but I have to say the origonal gt-150's are better, Mike

NO Papar work on it as its never been registerd
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OMG!! IVE CREATED A MONSTER!!!
I can see your new repro G3 now, Jer....its the one with the 578 C.I. FUNNY CAR motor in the back seat!!! HA!

"The ORIGINAL is STILL the GREATEST!"

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I'de have to start wearing a ponytail to keep my hair out of the blower pullys
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