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Old 08-01-2009, 04:42 PM   #1
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Revenger 25 'Motorvation' on e-bay

P11 Motorvation up for sale, looks like it needs a lot of work but a low price at the moment.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Motorvation-Re...1%7C240%3A1318
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Old 08-01-2009, 06:01 PM   #2
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Ideal project for someone at that price,
Still liked the 27 San Marino revenger (one day one will come up for a project)

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Old 08-01-2009, 06:09 PM   #3
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Ideal project for someone at that price,
Still liked the 27 San Marino revenger (one day one will come up for a project)

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I've got one for sale.

Will get round to advertise one day
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I've got one for sale.

Will get round to advertise one day
Got a picture of one? how do they differ?
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Got a picture of one? how do they differ?
Mines very unique. It has the only transom of its kind

And there a little more streamline
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Mines very unique. It has the only transom of its kind

And there a little more streamline
Ding Dong......

Agree the transom is Unique but the stringers..... from the same design team??

Its that eye for detail that J.F keeps going on about ...... spotted it straight away
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It once looked like this
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I thought the San Marino had inboards..
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I thought the San Marino had inboards..
The originals did then they tried a few with outboards not many made i'm sure there is someone here that knows how many.

This one was the Southampton boat show one that had a single 200 merc on sometime around 95.

Always wanted a nice pair on the back
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The originals did then they tried a few with outboards not many made i'm sure there is someone here that knows how many.

This one was the Southampton boat show one that had a single 200 merc on sometime around 95.

Always wanted a nice pair on the back
froidient slip I think
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I'd post a pic of mine but you know... the wife's how shall we say. Well let's leave it eh I've heard of websites being cited as evidence.

Barry and I spent a bit of time year before last trying to track down others and basically came up blank with originals.

There were / are a few built in denmark or sweden where the moulds were sold to but they are basic hull and deck so easily spotted.

Barry's transom is exactly the same as mine except mine carries the bustles over the rear to create the swim platform above the drive.

My one was the original shown in the brochure as far as I can tell albeit they may have created more than one identically.

As far as I know the running surface of the 25 cruiser and the san marino are one and the same albeit I understood from somewhere that work was put into them in the late eighties to cure the tendency to roll and not recover.

Stand the thing next to my XPS34 and you would swear they came from the same mould just larger.

I would imagine the Planatec would be similar being a shead.
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I guess there must be some form of link between the 25 and mine as she was originally registered as motivation in 91 I just changed it slightly cause the vinyls man misheard me lol

I'll have to dig the original registration out
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Yep thats the one, also used to do the monza but that to me didnt have the wow factor at the time,
Then sadly they got all involved making RIBs.
There used to be a few down at the Midas probably around 1994-95 time,

Just thinking I'm sure think Midas used to sell for Revenger but may stand corrected?
27 San Marino hull in need of a little tlc at the right price would just hit the spot for me, suppose not everyones cup of tea though.

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Yep thats the one, also used to do the monza but that to me didnt have the wow factor at the time,
Then sadly they got all involved making RIBs.
There used to be a few down at the Midas probably around 1994-95 time,

Just thinking I'm sure think Midas used to sell for Revenger but may stand corrected?
27 San Marino hull in need of a little tlc at the right price would just hit the spot for me, suppose not everyones cup of tea though.

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Midas built them for Revenger.

Offer must be right as the girls use it as a sun bed now
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Motorvation

Interesting?

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Barry/Kerry

As you both know, I love the San marinos; i think they are ever so pretty.

maybe someday eh
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Barry/Kerry

As you both know, I love the San marinos; i think they are ever so pretty.

maybe someday eh
Thats not there names.

Hey were you been for the last 19 days
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pardon and errr???
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As you both know, I love the San marinos; i think they are ever so pretty.

maybe someday eh
Lawrence bit more time on the hands since we last spoke. Why not come round for a gander, however I must insist on decent attire, I have young children who don't understand 'dahn dahn dahn' outfits.

Oh and enuf with the 'pretty' these are hairy arsed seamen[sic] boats
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