1970 barracuda flat bottom hull?

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by citation560, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. citation560
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    When I was in High school, my dad bought a Barracuda boat. It had a 100hp Mercury on it that was really fast. I don't know if the boat was made by Barracuda boats, or if the name Barracuda was a model from a boat manufacturer. If anyone out there has some information on this boat, I would be grateful. Thank you! P.S. It looked somewhat similar to a Tahiti, but lower in profile.
     
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    glasser HELP U IF I CAN

    mite have been a donzi boat
     
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    Shot in the dark, but there was a Barracuda Boats 909-208-1527 or Barracuda Boats 928-855-7728 (don't know if either number is still valid.)

    Do you have a picture? That would help.
     
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    No picture unfortunately. The boat looked like a flat bottom inboard drag boat, but was made for an outboard. Ours had a 100hp Merc on it.
     

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