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Old 01-15-2014, 08:15 PM
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i've been closet looking for (ultimately) a 2007 TT. But, noticing that they are hard to come by. In fact noticing that there is not a very good selection out there right now. Don't get me wrong on my wording "good selection". Most TT's are a great selection but, I'm picky. If anyone knows anybody looking to part ways with a low hour, no rack, reasonably priced TT I'd be interested. I'd travel a distance for the right one.
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Old 01-15-2014, 09:03 PM
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Why the 07' in particular? I know that hull had a good 13 year run and there was subtle changes year to year, like hook in the hull or no hook, motor options etc. So why the 07? I'm looking to broaden my ProStar knowledge. Good luck with your search!
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Old 01-15-2014, 09:42 PM
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I really like the uniqueness of this year as far as graphics. I also like a fairly simple interior as far as color scheme. White hulls and decks have always done it for me. As far as the performance man would I love to find one with the optional Vortec 6000 Indmar. I believe this power plant was pushing 400 hp.

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Why the 07' in particular? I know that hull had a good 13 year run and there was subtle changes year to year, like hook in the hull or no hook, motor options etc. So why the 07? I'm looking to broaden my ProStar knowledge. Good luck with your search!
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Old 01-15-2014, 09:46 PM
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Covi, sounds like a great choice. Got any pics of a 2007TT?

IIRC, the LY6 is 400 hp. I can come up and do some barefooting with you if you find one!

BTW, did you sell your 86?
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Old 01-15-2014, 10:00 PM
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Open invite!!!

My 86' is still sitting in the barn. I'm not sure what i'm doing with it at this point. I'd sell it to the right person for the right $. I've haven't advertised it except briefly on here. My wife does not want to see it go. She really, really likes the 86'.


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Covi, sounds like a great choice. Got any pics of a 2007TT?

IIRC, the LY6 is 400 hp. I can come up and do some barefooting with you if you find one!

BTW, did you sell your 86?
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Open invite!!!

My wife does not want to see it go. She really, really likes the 86'.
Sounds like that's an "okay" to buy a 2nd Mastercraft to me!
Don't worry......she won't leave if you do.......mine didn't!
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I really like the uniqueness of this year as far as graphics. I also like a fairly simple interior as far as color scheme. White hulls and decks have always done it for me. As far as the performance man would I love to find one with the optional Vortec 6000 Indmar. I believe this power plant was pushing 400 hp.
I had a feeling graphics played a role. White on white looks stunning on that hull but doesn't really work on the new ProStar does it?

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Old 01-16-2014, 07:35 AM
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I tending to agree on this one


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I had a feeling graphics played a role. White on white looks stunning on that hull but doesn't really work on the new ProStar does it?

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Covi, sounds like a great choice. Got any pics of a 2007TT?

I can offer a couple:

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